NWS: Multiple confirmed tornadoes, including EF2 in Gilbert, hit the Midlands Sunday

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NWS: Multiple confirmed tornadoes, including EF2 in Gilbert, hit the Midlands Sunday

These reports are additions to the two confirmed tornadoes from Sunday.

"It's not going to be as much snow as this one, thankfully", said meteorologist Eric Ahasic at the National Weather Service in Minnesota. They are now working on a tornado survey for the EF-1 tornado that touched down near Diana Friday night, they have confirmed it as an EF-1 tornado, but have yet to release the details of their finding.

Sunday afternoon storms struck the Midlands around 2:15pm.

At Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport, at which significantly more than 1-3 inches of snow had fallen, 230 flights were canceled Sunday.

Two tornadoes were confirmed in central SC as storms swept across the state.

The National Weather Service began surveying storm damage Saturday across the state to determine the cause.

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Meteorologists there say big April storms like this one are not unheard of but they are pretty rare.

Other parts of the state were not as lucky.

And another round of snow is possible midweek in the Upper Midwest. By Sunday, at least three deaths had been blamed on the storm system, which extended from the Gulf Coast to the Great Lakes. A couple of trees fell on homes, and two families are displaced, Loftin said.

The weight of ice on power lines, coupled with high winds, caused more than 1,000 power lines to fall in Detroit and Wayne County, DTE said.

"The worst weather was northwest of us, the area they're investigating", Sine said.

The estimated 85 to 95 miles per hour wind speeds snapped large tree limbs as the tornado crossed Highways 217 and 215 before dissipating south of Case road. Powerful winds also damaged several buildings at the University of Central Arkansas, though no injuries were reported there.

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