Transcript for Severe Weather in the Northeast Shreds Homes and Businesses
he'll sing, "Sweet thing," or "You a "You're gonna fly." Powerful rain causing major flooding and ginger is tracking it all. More than 50 severe weather reports just yesterday many coming from Georgia up to Pennsylvania but it's right here from South Carolina to Virginia Beach where we saw most of the damage and injuries. Inundating downpours. People taking shelter. Winds up to 70 miles per hour. Wind pushed them all the way across the street. Chaos in the mid-atlantic. I saw my next-door neighbor's third floor was gone. Reporter: In Virginia Beach alone the storms injuring 11 people. Wind shredding homes and businesses tossing this man's car in the parking lot. It was like a spin cycle. Change, money. Reporter: Crashing to the ground barely missing his car and this transformer. Pretty lucky to be alive. Reporter: Thousands waking up without power as crews worked overnight to restore it. The storms filling tums with floodwater. "Sirens ] Reporter: Norfolk's harbor park and Pennsylvania's Hershey park submerged. Almost 3 inches falling in two hours. So today when you get the warning on your phone, you see that alert, warning means it's imminent, it is happening or it's going to happen very soon. Here's where you could see strong storms right along the front in the southeast and more so back in the plains so north plat Platte, rapid city, in the Orange, also a little bean in Duluth could see strong wind, large hail and, of course, a brief tornado. It keeps going through the weekend and a whole lot more coming up including major heat for the pacific northwest. All right.
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