Tornadoes Hit the Midwest; Flooding Remains a Major Concern
OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma -- Severe storms roared through the Midwest, unleashing tornadoes, rain and golfball-size hail, and shutting down the main airport in Oklahoma City. Flooding and heavy winds hit parts of Oklahoma, Kansas and Nebraska on Wednesday night. The Oklahoma City area appeared to be the hardest hit, with as much as eight inches of rain reported within hours, according to the National Weather Service.