OKLAHOMA CITY, OK - Severe storms roared through the Midwest Wednesday night, unleashing tornadoes, rain and large hail to parts of Oklahoma, Kansas, and Nebraska.
For the first time in history, the National Weather Service declared a flash flood emergency in Oklahoma City; the massive storm dumping nearly eight inches of rainfall in a matter of hours.
The tornado emergency including the city of Moore, where just two years ago a massive E-F5 tornado killed dozens of people and demolished over a thousand homes. This time around, there were at least a dozen people hurt, but amazingly no one was killed.
The severe weather threat remains in the forecast for the next few days.