Millions are facing another day of dangerous weather.
Tornadoes, hail and strong winds threaten much of the central and southern Midwest, and flash flooding could hit the Northern Plains and the Northeast.
People in Kansas woke up Wednesday to damage left behind by two tornadoes, reporter Justin Surrency of CBS affiliate WIBW-TV Topeka, Kan., reports.
The first massive twister touched down around 4:30 p.m. local time in Corning, Kan., an hour north of Topeka.
The storm packed winds estimated up to 150 mph as residents braced for a second straight day of tornadoes in the region.