A massive tornado estimated by meteorologists to be up to two miles wide and with winds exceeding 200 miles per our churned through Oklahoma City's suburbs this afternoon (May 20th), causing significant property damage for the second day in a row, as part of a severe weather outbreak that was expected to spread in other parts of America's Midwest.

The National Weather Service said the tornado was on the ground for more than 30 minutes, with the first tornado warning coming 16 minutes before touch down.

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