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Forecasters said the threat of flash flooding should not be taken for granted, either.
The NWS team is still surveying the area and assessing aerial footage, and will provide more details once they have completed their review.
As CNN pointed out, today is the sixth anniversary of a tornado that struck the city of Moore, Oklahoma, killing 24 people. The dry line will interact with an increasingly moist and unstable air mass that will develop across parts of Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas.
An American flag flies from a damaged auto that sits in the driveway of a home that was damaged by a tornado on June 2, 2013 in Moore, Oklahoma.
Her other home was destroyed in 2013 and her family chose a new one behind the school that came with a large underground storm shelter.
There will be another chance for severe storms overnight between midnight and 7 a.m. Tuesday that could bring damaging winds.
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Tornadoes that have already torn through Texas and Oklahoma, causing damage to homes, trees and even downing power lines.
Early on Saturday, an EF2 tornado with winds of up to 130 miles per hour struck east of Geronimo, Oklahoma.
This is peak tornado season, Van Dam said, "with an average of 268 tornadoes countrywide during the month of May".
Heavy storms roared through that area Sunday night.
He said this is the worst setup for severe weather he has seen in years.
"More isolated but still potentially unsafe severe weather, including tornadoes and destructive winds and hail, is possible in surrounding parts of Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Arkansas", the SPC said. "The ground remains very saturated and may elevate the flood threat".
Early May, the MS broke its July 9, 1993 record, during the "Great Flood of 1993" when much of it was flooded from Minnesota to the Gulf of Mexico after heavy rainfall, CNN affiliate WQAD reported. Earlier this month, its level reached 22.64 feet, WQAD said.