Multiple flights to and from the Cleveland Hopkins Airport have been delayed or cancelled due to a powerful line of storms that is approaching northeast Ohio.
Severe weather battered the Midwest earlier Sunday.
A ferocious November severe weather outbreak pounded the Midwest on Sunday, bringing violent tornadoes, howling winds and heavy rain. Weather officials are urging Midwestern residents to continue to be prepared as a powerful, rapidly moving storm system roared across the region through the afternoon and evening.
National Weather Service officials confirmed several tornadoes touched down in Illinois, including one near East Peoria in central Illinois. No immediate injuries have been reported. Photos from the area showed devastating damage, however.
"This is a very dangerous situation," Russell Schneider, director of the National Weather Service's Storm Prediction Center, told the Associated Press. "Approximately 53 million in 10 states are at significant risk for thunderstorms and tornadoes."
The Weather Channel says major cities including Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland, Indianapolis, Cincinnati, Nashville, and Louisville, Ky., remained at the highest risk for severe weather. (READ MORE - http://on.wkyc.com/1bGHN0E)