Monday, May 23, 2011

U.S. is plagued by extreme force

Forecasts warn the entire central U.S. region to prepare for another day of extreme weather on Tuesday, with the possibility of a repeat strong tornadoes, especially in Oklahoma, Kansas, parts of Texas and southern Missouri.

"We are currently forecasting a major episode of bad weather Tuesday on the central part of the country, " said Russell Schneider, director of the Storm Prediction Center, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

The warning comes just when the villagers Missouri Joplin try to recover from the devastating passage of a tornado on Sunday killed at 116 people, the deadliest in half a century.

"They come things will be difficult to see and hold", said since the center of the tragedy, the state governor, Jay Nixon.

All the while the region recorded historical floods of the Mississippi River, the country's largest, which have forced engineers to coordinate a series of controlled flooding to prevent damage to the major cities, towns and sacrificing farmland.

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