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Tornadoes, high winds set to hit nearly 70 million Americans from Texas to Michigan

People walk through damage from a late-night tornado in Sullivan, Ind. (Doug McSchooler/AP)
People walk through damage from a late-night tornado in Sullivan, Ind. (Doug McSchooler/AP)

Extreme weather from tornadoes to high winds is expected to hit residents from Texas to Michigan on Tuesday night. This comes just days after some of those areas were ravaged by deadly tornadoes.

Meteorologist Mark Elliot has been monitoring the storms and joins Here & Now‘s Robin Young.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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