Damaging storms hit Oklahoma and Kansas, causing injuries

Powerful storms swept across Oklahoma and Kansas on Sunday, reportedly leaving more than a dozen people injured and significant damage in their wake. Tornadoes and wind gusts of up to 90 mph wreaked havoc on the area, with crews canvasing the damages and looking for others who might be injured.

Kansas saw a tornado touch down near Liberal, with more than a dozen homes reported damaged and one person injured with minor injuries. In Oklahoma, some 30,000 were still without power on Monday morning.

Meanwhile, California is bracing itself for more severe weather. A series of winter storm systems are moving in through Wednesday, after a brief break from severe weather on Sunday. The National Weather Service has issued winter storm warnings, advising residents to be prepared for heavy snowfall and strong winds.

In Michigan, crews are still working to restore electricity to residents who lost power five days prior due to an ice storm. Some residents have been without power for days, enduring freezing temperatures and limited access to food and other basic necessities.

Severe weather is always a cause for concern, and officials are urging residents to take extra precautions and heed all warnings. Stay informed about the latest weather conditions, and be sure to have an emergency plan in place should the worst come to pass.

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