In the U.S., 30 million people in areas under threat of flooding

Severe weather leaves the territory of the United States.

Thursday, may 2, the threat of heavy rains and floods continues as the storm goes through South TX in the valley of the Ohio river.

According to CNN meteorologist Michael guy, more than 30 million people are in areas which are threatened by flooding from Texas to Illinois. The most significant precipitation is expected again in Texas (3 to 6 inches of rain).

Recent heavy rain and melting snow have caused flooding of the city of Davenport, Iowa, where the river , the Mississippi overflowed and spilled into the streets of the city center.

According to the National weather service in Chicago, Northern Illinois, including in the windy City until the end of Thursday are warning about sudden flooding. The water level in the river in the city of des Plaines (cook County) yesterday, may 1, has risen several inches.

In Missouri, residents of West Alton, situated between the rivers Mississippi and Missouri, urged to evacuate. The mandatory evacuation order was not, but according to meteorologists, by the weekend the water level in the Mississippi of 13 feet over flood. There is a possibility of flooding in the South lanes of US Highway 67 and Highway 94.

In Oklahoma yesterday, may 1, Governor Kevin Stitt declared a state of emergency in 52 districts. In the state of severe weather has already claimed the lives of two people – 55-year-old resident of Tulsa, and 58-year-old resident Bokchito. The damage from the storm in Oklahoma is still being assessed.

According to forecasters, the weekend storm system will move up to New England, where heavy rains.