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Subject Destructive storms that tore across the U.S. overnight brought a never-before-seen February tornados devestate 5 states NOW!
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Original Message Tornadoes pound 7 states, killing 12Destructive storms that tore across the U.S. overnight brought a never-before-seen February tornado to Nebraska.

[link to www.usatoday.com]

Communities in Illinois, Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee felt the impact of storms that spawned at least 20 tornadoes. Six people died in Illinois, three in Missouri and three in Tennessee.

More violent weather could come today and Friday in parts of the central and southern USA.

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"Another storm will move in behind it in the south-central U.S.," said National Weather Service spokesman Chris Vaccaro. "It will drag warm, moist air up from the Gulf of Mexico to help produce yet another round of severe weather on Friday from Ohio to parts of the Gulf Coast states."

Eyewitness reports, images and video suggest that a weak tornado touched down yesterday (Feb. 29) in a remote part of the state. The storm didn't cause any damage, said National Weather Service (NWS) meteorologist Kenny Roberg, so that may be all the evidence that storm survey teams have to rate the storm. Storm survey teams are similar to forensic scientists; they assess the damage caused by severe storms and determine if tornadoes or merely strong winds are to blame.

The potential twister hit at 10:13 local time (11:13 EST) in Logan County, Neb., according to the Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Okla. An off-duty NWS employee reported the tornado.

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