The National Weather Service has issued a tornado watch for parts of Indiana, Michigan and Ohio until 8 p.m. EDT.

A Severe Thunderstorm Watch was also issued for parts of Michigan until 7 p.m. ET.

Portions of Tennessee and Alabama are also included in a Severe Thunderstorm Watch until 6 p.m. CT.

On Sunday, severe weather is anticipated to affect millions of people from the Ohio Valley to the South. These thunderstorms have the potential to produce tornadoes, big hail, and damaging wind gusts.

A long-lasting cold front that affected the northern part of the country is predicted to move into the southern Great Lakes and Ohio Valley regions.

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This means people living in the millions from Columbus, Ohio, to Nashville, Tennessee, Little Rock, Arkansas, and Jackson, Mississippi, should keep an eye on the weather and be ready to take shelter if severe weather develops.

This region received a level 3 rating out of 5 from the NOAA Storm Prediction Center for its thunderstorm risk category.

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On Sunday, tornadoes are possible from southern Michigan to the lowlands of Ohio and Tennessee.

However, the area with the greatest risk of tornadoes is in sections of eastern Indiana, western Ohio, and northern Kentucky.

The most at-risk major cities for tornadoes are Cincinnati and Louisville, both in Kentucky.

These regions could experience tornadoes with an EF-2 or higher rating.

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In all of the areas where severe weather is predicted to occur on Sunday, hail will also be a possibility.

However, there is a significantly greater likelihood of seeing hail up to 2 inches in diameter in two regions of the United States.

Parts of eastern Indiana, western Ohio, and north-central Kentucky are among these regions.

A significant portion of central Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma will also be susceptible to receiving huge hail in the South.