The storm’s path has left it in the heart of the Cedar Rapids National Forests, in the middle of the Great Basin, and in the eastern United States, where it’s been recorded at least nine times.
In all, the storm has brought at least five tornadoes and seven hail deaths to the area.
According to the National Weather Service, there’s been a total of nine tornadoes in the region, with the most severe one in the city of Salem, Oregon.
It’s a total record for the region.
Here’s a look at what you need to know about the storm, and how to prepare for it:How to watch the storm:The first tornado hit in Salem about 9:40 a.m.
ET Thursday, but by late afternoon the storm was moving away from the city and had moved inland.
The storm was at a maximum intensity of 150 mph and had a maximum sustained winds of 85 mph.
It was about two miles (3 kilometers) southeast of the city.
As of 11:15 p.m., the storm had moved west to north-central Idaho and had passed over the city, but had not yet made landfall.
It’s unclear how strong the storm is now, but it’s still not uncommon to see some severe weather in the Great Plains region, the National Hurricane Center said.
The storm also brought some rain to the Cascades region and some strong winds to the central Plains.
The tornadoes that struck in Salam and in neighboring Oregon and Washington are not all tied to one person, and there are also other weather events happening in the area, such as a windstorm in the state of Idaho that caused damage and forced some homes to be evacuated.
The most severe tornado in Oregon came from a tornado in the Columbia River Gorge, according to the Oregon Department of Transportation.
There were also some strong wind gusts in the Cascade Mountains, where the storm made landfall in Salim, but there was no damage or major injuries.
In Washington, there was a thunderstorm that was located about 1,000 feet (305 meters) northwest of Seattle and had winds of up to 100 mph (180 kph).
The storm stayed off the radar until about 1 p.r.m.(AP Photo/John Locher)There was a tornado at the University of Washington, which is about an hour northwest of Tacoma.
The tornadoes struck a tree on the campus, which then broke into several pieces.
The tornado was a strong, moderate tornado that was moving northwest at 30 mph (50 kph) when it struck.
There were no injuries, but the wind gust was about 35 mph (56 kph), according to UW officials.
There was also a thunderstorms near Seattle.
The Washington Department of Emergency Management said a tornado that made an impact in the Seattle area hit a tree and broke into numerous pieces.
The storms were moving north and east when they hit, but winds were about 10 mph (16 kph in the Northwest) with gusts of up in the 70s, according the U.S. Weather Service.
There are no reported injuries.
The National Weather Center warned people in the Salim area to stay off the road, close windows and stay inside as there could be tornadoes.
Salim is a small town about 65 miles (99 kilometers) north of Seattle.