Survey teams with the National Weather Service have confirmed nine tornadoes so far from the severe storms that hit Arkansas on Friday and Saturday.
A tornado touched down in New Castle on Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.
He says their goal is to wrap things up late Monday night but miss that target if more outages erupt today.
The EF1 storm struck around 8:05 p.m.
The storm damaged a roof, a carport and trees in the area.
The tornado reached speeds of 90 mph traveling more than six miles down Lakeland Road, starting at Jackson Prep and ending just past the Mill Creek subdivision north of Brandon.
Duke Energy reported about 37,000 customers without power in North Carolina. Snow amounts will not be anywhere near this past weekend but Cable is forecasting 2 to 5 inches of snow in Sioux Falls.More news: A Star Wars Story
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Hays set three record lows in a row Saturday, Sunday and this morning.
The St. Cloud area has gotten 62.7 inches of snow for the season, 17 inches above normal.
In the month of April, 14.8 inches of snow has fallen in St. Cloud.
What, 15 inches of snow wasn't enough?
Hundreds of flights have been canceled in Minneapolis as a deadly storm system sweeps across the central US, bringing heavy snowfall, powerful winds and rain to several states. Let's hope it doesn't shut down the state like Friday's system did.
In lower MI, freezing rain that began falling overnight had left roads treacherous and cut power to hundreds of thousands of homes and businesses by midday Sunday.