Transcript for July Weather Wilder Than Normal?
Let's get to the wild weather. So many people in the cross hairs. Ginger tracking it all. The heat and humidity, very summer like. You have almost 100 severe reports just yesterday. A patch work of unbridled weather coast to coast. Wow. Reporter: In Oregon, Amanda racing to get her horses inside when -- Reporter: -- The lightning knocking her father to the ground. Flash flooding from Illinois. To New York. And in Tucson, firemen rescuing an 8-year-old girl and her father who had to climb a tree, escaping the rushing waters. Parts of Arizona seeing an inch of monsoon rain in just eight minutes. Central Ohio, whipping winds rolling this rv, its owner still inside. In Oklahoma. Hail pounding the roads. We're if a rain delay. Reporter: Rain coming down in buckets in Baltimore ending the yankees-orioles game in the fifth inning. The happiest place on Earth, Disney world, not immune to the weather. A spokesperson for our parent company says power outages left one chain of monorails stranded on the track. Their than 100 passengers taken off. Nobody was hurt. Today, areas could see winds topping 60 mile an hour, an isolated tornado, or large hail, from northeastern Arkansas, parts of Tennessee, Kentucky, and here along the east coast, the isolated tornado threat from New York City, parts of new Jersey, Philadelphia, too. A lot to look at. The cold air is what everybody is talk about. Tomorrow morning, Chicago could break a record low. 50. This will be pushing south and east. Getting into even Mississippi, we're talking the northeast. I'll be talking all about it coming up. All right, ginger, thanks. To the crisis in the middle
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