Thunderstorms were predicted to hit the southern Plains again on Saturday, a day after tornadoes ripped through northern Texas and damaged several buildings.
A tornado in Decatur, Texas, resulted in power outages and caused one person to be injured, officials said. Twisters were also reported near Dallas and Waco.
On Saturday, forecasters predicted that a frontal boundary will bring storms to the eastern portions of Texas and Oklahoma. The storms were expected to bring lightning, hail and heavy rain.
Remnants of the southern Plains storm were expected to result in showers in the Southeast.
The Northeast was expecting another day of partly cloudy skies and quiet conditions.
In the West, scattered showers could strike parts of Montana, Wyoming and Colorado, with some light snow possible. Wind gusts of more than 30 mph were predicted in the northern Rockies.
The rest of the West was expecting a quiet day.
Temperatures on Saturday were forecast in the 40s and 50s in the northern Plains, upper Midwest and northern Rockies; the 50s and 60s in the Great Lakes; the 60s and 70s in the Southeast, southern Plains and Pacific coast; and the 80s and 90s in the Southwest.
Highs on Friday ranged from 8 degrees near Yellowstone National Park to 95 degrees in Santa Rosa, Calif.
On the Net:
National Weather Service: http://iwin.nws.noaa.gov
University of Michigan site: http://cirrus.sprl.umich.edu/wxnet
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