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More tornadoes expected in central U.S. Monday

Forecasters are predicting more tornadoes to strike parts of the central U.S. Monday, in areas still recovering from severe weather outbreaks that hit Sunday.

An area home to more than 5 million people, stretching from northern Texas, through parts of Oklahoma and Arkansas to southern Missouri, faces elevated risks of severe weather and tornadoes, according to the Storm Prediction Center. The most significant risk of tornadoes is expected in southeastern Oklahoma.

A much larger area, from central Texas up to the Great Lakes, could see severe storms Monday. Strong to severe storms are possible for nearly all...