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More severe weather possible Saturday

  Dylan Dreyer tracks where the storms may be heading this weekend, from Texas to Ohio.

Memorial Day weekend forecast

  Severe weather and snow is in store for some areas of the country this holiday weekend. On Monday, however, the weather will warm up in the Northeast. Weather Channel meteorologist Chris Warren reports.

Severe weather to impact Memorial Day travel

  Flash flooding threats and heavy rain in the Northeast have already resulted in airport ground stops while Texas may see tornadoes and large hail. NBC’s Chris Warren reports.

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  More severe weather threatens Oklahoma

TODAY’s Al Roker reports on the severe weather system that is expected to affect Oklahoma, which was hit hard by a tornado Monday afternoon, as well as surrounding states.

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