It's Not Over: Almost 10M Face Tornado Risk Today CNN reports 53M could see severe weather By Matt Cantor, Newser User Posted May 21, 2013 8:50 AM CDT 6 comments Comments Antonio Flores of Moore, Okla. searches for his car after a tornado damaged the Moore Medical Center and the vehicles in the parking lot in Moore, Okla. on Monday, May 20, 2013. (AP Photo/Alonzo Adams) (Newser) – The tornado threat isn't over: "Large and devastating" storms could continue today, forecasters say. "We could have a Round 3," says a CNN meteorologist. "Hopefully, it won't be as bad." But "tornadoes, damaging wind gusts, and large hail" could hit areas east and south of Oklahoma City, with cities from Dallas to Little Rock also at risk, says a Weather Channel forecaster. Some 9.5 million people could face further major tornadoes, a forecaster tells MSNBC, while CNN says 53 million could see severe weather today. Areas from Dallas to Shreveport face the biggest danger "from mid-afternoon to late evening hours," says another CNN expert. Storms could also strike "from the Great Lakes across the Mississippi River Valley and into central Texas," according to the National Weather Service. The threat moves further eastward tomorrow, "although the overall severity appears to be lower," adds a Weather Channel expert. Click for more.