A effective storm process is moving throughout the Heartland bringing damaging winds, hail larger than golfing chunks and April snow.
Over two dozen destructive storms have been reported in Kansas and Nebraska with winds gusting to 60 miles and enormous hail.
It's snowing up to 20 inches from the Black Hills of South Dakota and over a foot of snow out of Montana to Utah on the rear side of the huge storm system.
On Wednesday, the largest tornado hazard will probably be in Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkansas while, elsewhere, damaging winds and large hail is going to be the principal threat.
On the heels of storm, a new storm is forecast to grow by Friday and proceed in the South again using much more intense weather prediction for the region.
Both, new and current storms will bring quite heavy rain into the Central and Southern U.S. as locally over 4 inches of rain will be possible throughout the South with around 3 inches expected in regions of Midwest.
Flash flood is possible during the upcoming few times in the locations which will get the heaviest rain.