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Another Weather Disaster in Midwest?

As of 2AM Friday: Storms, no deaths. - Forecasters using computers warn that current weather conditions in the Midwest are the same as those that caused 39 tornadoes to touch in the Great Plains over 30 years ago on June 8, 1974, killing 22 people.

MSNBC quotes meteorologist Brad Mickelson as saying, "The highest risk is central Kansas and the entire centralportion of the country. There is a high risk of severe thunderstorms."

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As a wise man once warned us, we can't plan for the future(or even predict it) without learning from the past!

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