Doyle Rice, USA TODAY Published 3:13 a.m. ET March 28, 2020 | Updated 7:47 p.m. ET March 28, 2020CLOSE This tornado terrorized Jonesboro, Arkansas, sending sparks flying from power lines on March 28. Other debris can be seen flying in the air as well. AccuweatherA violent severe storm outbreak is forecast to blast portions of the Midwest on Saturday, with northern Illinois and eastern Iowa at the epicenter of the predicted wild weather.In all, over 80 million people may be at risk for severe thunderstorms at some point Saturday, the Storm Prediction Center said.”A significant severe weather outbreak is possible,” the Storm Prediction Center said, adding: “threats with the stronger storms include tornadoes …large to very large hail, and severe gusts.”AccuWeather said that the severe weather threat may extend as far to the north as central Iowa and southern Wisconsin and as far to the south as northeastern Texas and northwestern Louisiana. Large metro areas of Chicago, St. Louis, Davenport, Iowa, and Little Rock, Arkansas, are among the areas at risk.”Storms from northern Missouri and southern Iowa to central Illinois may have the greatest potential for tornadoes,” AccuWeather meteorologist Brian Knopick said. As for timing, the threat of significant severe weather increases in


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