First off, let's play a game. It's called "Can you find the upper level low?" I think it's quite obvious from looking at the radar.
I guess there have been a few tornadoes thus far today in Kansas and Iowa, but I'll assume this squal line you see in the radar above is going to fall apart as it gets into a more stable atmosphere on into Missouri, which means not too much tornadic activity will occur tonight, but I wouldn't be shocked to see some juicy storms to develop tomorrow in Missouri with all the severe elements, including tornadoes.
I am currently in my sixth year in education as a Spanish teacher. I have been married since 2003 to Rachel. I have a sister who is 12 years older than me and has two young sons. My parents live in the small town where I and they grew up and have been married over 40 years. I frequently visit them, and I also enjoy visiting (nearly every day on the phone) with my 82-year-old grandma who lives 10 miles east of my parents in the country.