including a rare tornado touching down near Boston. You see the aftermath there in the suburb of revere this morning. Ginger tracking it all. Hey, ginger. From the northeast back to the west, dots... See More
including a rare tornado touching down near Boston. You see the aftermath there in the suburb of revere this morning. Ginger tracking it all. Hey, ginger. From the northeast back to the west, dots again but so busy in new England and, yes, right outside Boston all the way up into Maine but it was the pictures even very, very near us here in Colorado just outside Denver that we are weigh really looking at this morning. Check it out. It's heading this way. Slicing across Colorado swirling with dirt three tornadoes reported outside Denver. Tornado sighted at the airport. People inside Denver's airport running for cover. Winds shearing off this shop door. Rocketing it like shrapnel into a dumpster. We ran into the shop office or hid in the kitchen. In Nevada, water became the enemy. Flash flooding dropping more than 2 inches per hour in spots filling the streets with debris and black mud from a burn scar. By the time I reached on top the water came up that hill so fast it was carrying Boulders. Just outside Boston, Massachusetts, a powerful ef-2 tornado, winds up to 120 miles per hour. Look at those trees. This, the viewout side revere high school. They all broke. Shredding a two-mile path across the Seaside town flipping cars and littering streets with chunks of buildings. It was unbelievable in Massachusetts this happening. It is the first tornado ever confirmed in that county. And, again, today a flash flood threat in the southwest. All of the states lifted and with the blue over them you can see locally over 4 plus inches of rain in the next couple of days. You put that on some of these burn scars and, again, we have the threat of seeing that black and debris-filled rain come off the mountains. Watching for that all throughout the southwest.
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