A Tornado Watch is in effect in parts of south central Texas through 5 a.m. local time Thursday, the National Weather Service said.
There were at least 15 reports of tornadoes in Alabama on Thursday amid severe storms that left at least five people dead and tens of thousands without power.
A Tornado Watch is in effect across parts of Alabama, Florida and Georgia through early Thursday morning.
Delta, now categorized as a post-tropical cyclone, "continues to be a heavy rainfall threat," the National Hurricane Center warned Sunday.
Officials estimate the search and rescue operation took approximately 15 hours and no serious injuries were reported.
A thunderstorm advisory has been issued in parts of Luzon, the country's largest and most populous island.
Tropical storm locally known as "Ambo" is the first tropical cyclone of the Northwestern Pacific Ocean typhoon season.
"It's incredible. This is the extreme upper end of what you'd expect from hail," said researcher Matthew Kumjian.
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The damage was severe in several parts of Indiana, where trees and utility poles were downed during the storms.
Several parts of Oklahoma are under weather watches and warnings due to severe thunderstorms, minor flooding and large hailstones.
Flash flooding, thunderstorms and dangerous lightning are warned for the islands.
However, some in Los Angeles seem happy about the forthcoming rainfall.
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Among the fatalities included a police officer and a firefighter in Lubbock, Texas.
The primary threats include isolated very large hail, isolated damaging wind gusts and tornadoes from today through the weekend
Several parts of Arizona, including Phoenix and Tuscon, have been issued with severe flood and thunderstorm warnings, with wind gusts of up to 60 miles per hour expected.
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"We want you to know it's not us," WICS-TV meteorologist Joe Crain told viewers in a Wednesday weather segment, complaining about the Sinclair station's Code Red alerts.
Storm and flood warnings remain in place after days of deadly weather in the Plains and Midwest.
"Strong to severe storms will be possible today," the National Weather Service (NWS) has warned.
"I fear casualties/changed lives today. These storms should not be entertainment," one meteorologist warned.
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