After yesterday's devastating severe weather outbreak that produced more than 100 reports of large hail, more than 200 reports of damaging winds and 22 tornadoes (including the preliminary EF4 in Moore, OK), another round is expected today.

The risk for severe weather is in place from Texas to the Great Lakes; damaging winds, large hail and tornadoes are threats.

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A "moderate risk" has been issued by the Storm Prediction Center for parts of NE Texas, SE Oklahoma, SW Arkansas and NW Louisiana, where tornadoes are a great risk today, especially this afternoon and into the evening. This was the same outlook issued in Oklahoma prior to yesterday's Moore tornado.

The storm will finally pick up in speed on Wednesday, when it could bring some strong to severe storms across the Ohio Valley and into the interior Northeast.

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