For the second day in a row, powerful storms are tearing across portions of the Great Plains.
A powerful tornado, preliminarily rated as an EF-4 by the National Weather Service, hit Moore, Oklahoma and surrounding communities on Monday afternoon.
In the radar images of the storm, you can clearly see the telltale "hook echo" that meteorologists look for in thunderstorms that are capable of producing tornadoes.
In addition, there are bright pinks shown within the hook echo, indicative of what's called a "debris ball," which is caused when the radar is "seeing" debris that's been lifted by the tornado up into the clouds.
This storm was part of a larger system that's generating even more strong thunderstorms, some of which are producing tornadoes as well.
It could even push severe weather into Wisconsin tonight.
Monday's severe weather isn't far from where Sunday's storms already caused widespread damage from hail, high winds, and tornadoes.
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