Tornado Aftermath: 10 Killed, More Storms May Come
After Saturday's onslaught of tornadoes across the Midwest, rescue teams are working to unearth survivors and take stock of the wreckage in what is now classified as a disaster area. Meanwhile, the National Weather Service warns of more storms ahead.
Rescue workers Sunday continued sifting through piles of rubble -- some towering as high as 30 feet -- looking for survivors from a wave of tornado-packing storms that killed 10 people and essentially wiped Greensburg, Kansas, off the map.
The National Weather Service, meanwhile, predicted the Central Plains may see more devastation as another spate of storms -- along with a "few strong tornadoes" -- was predicted to slam into the area Sunday afternoon and evening.
"The areas most likely to experience this activity include central Kansas, western Oklahoma and the eastern Texas Panhandle," the weather service said.