A tornado forms near Banner Road and Praire Circle in El Reno, Okla. on May 31, 2013. (AP Photo/Alonzo Adams)
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Forecasters are warning that severe storms could bring "significant" tornadoes and grapefruit-sized hail to the Great Plains on Tuesday, while severe thunderstorms and strong wind gusts are predicted for Mid-Atlantic states where voters are casting ballots in primary elections.The most dangerous weather -- heavy winds, tornadoes and giant hail -- will likely take aim at a 66,000-square-mile area stretching from southern Oklahoma to southern Nebraska, including the Oklahoma City and Wichita, Kansas, areas, according to the Storm Prediction Center in Norman, Oklahoma. In recent years, authorities have been able to predict storm conditions like these several days in advance with greater confidence, Mosier said, though he noted that the weather doesn't always pan out as expected.
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