90 million people in the cross hairs. Linzie Janis is tracking the storm this is morning. Reporter: There have been more than 80 ports of severe weather from the center of the country to the Ohio... See More
90 million people in the cross hairs. Linzie Janis is tracking the storm this is morning. Reporter: There have been more than 80 ports of severe weather from the center of the country to the Ohio valley to Florida. Damaging winds, heavy rain, and hail is set to intensify today. Overnight, dangerous weather across the country. Lightning cracking the sky over Pennsylvania. Oh, my gosh! Reporter: Buckets of rain delaying a Pittsburgh music festival. Turning roads into rivers and bars into water falls. Stranding konsergoers. More than 26,000 people in Kentucky left with only bolts of light ling to illuminate their homes after the power went out. In Florida, monsoon-like storms sweeping through the state, keeping drivers off the road. And in Phoenix, lightning and dust storms whipping up the desert. This image showing how poor the visibility is on the road in the middle of one of the storms known as haboobs. More severe storms today. Parts of the Ohio valley could see the most action, possibly tornadoes. The overnight developments just an appetizer possibly for what's to come. The word itself evokes fear
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