Tornadoes touch down across the Midwest after high risk issued

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Duke, Okla. (NNS / CBS Newspath) -- Tornadoes touched down in three Plains states on Thursday (5/18) during nasty spring storms featuring ominous cloud formations, but there were no reports of major damage, serious injuries or deaths.

A high risk of severe weather was issued for parts of the Midwest on May 18th, 2017 by the Storm Prediction Center.

The National Weather Service logged nearly 20 reports of tornadoes from the states of Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas and numerous reports of high winds and hail.

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