TESCOTT, Kansas (CNN) - The Midwest is squarely in the bull's-eye again Wednesday for strong tornadoes, large hail and damaging winds.
It's the latest round of severe weather to settle over America's Heartland as warm gulf moisture saturates the area.
The powerful storms have been dumping heavy rain across the region, especially on portions of Kansas, Missouri, South Dakota, Illinois and Indiana.
Multiple tornadoes touched down across Kansas on Tuesday evening.
This one formed over Tescott and moved toward Bennington.
It reportedly stayed on the ground for more than an hour.
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