Heavy rain, high winds and hail has swept across the central states, bringing devastation to the region during a brutally wet spring period.
Four million residents were under a flash flood emergency warning on Tuesday morning, including in Oklahoma, where as much as five feet of water entered homes in Hominy, to the northeast of the state. Some 22 tornadoes have been reported so far across Oklahoma, Texas, Kansas and Missouri, while four people have been rescued by emergency services following flash flooding so far – no injuries have been reported. Already struggling farmers in Arkansas and Missouri are bracing themselves for more wet weather sweeping across the southern Great Plains, delaying crucial corn and soybean planting in the region.
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