Paducah, TX., United States (4E) – Parts of Texas and Oklahoma are dealing with hail, wind gusts and flash flooding.
Golf ball-sized hail and strong wind gusts blew through both states Monday as tornadoes were spotted north of Mangum, Oklahoma and near Paducah, Texas.
The National Weather Service Storm Prediction Center (SPC) issued a high risk for the first time in about two years due to the turbulent weather.
Trees could be downed and trees and power could be cut off in some communities as well.
The threatening weather is expected to continue through Tuesday.
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