Tornadoes Rip Through Midwest

Three tornadoes were reported in the Midwest as the East faces more flood warnings.
1:08 | 06/24/14

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Now, to the tornadoes that are ripping through the midwest. Three reported in the midwest, damaging homes with all that rain and flooding rivers. It keeps going on and on and on, ginger. All along a lot of the stationary fronts. There's not much movement. That's a problem. One of them came, a tornado. The national weather service, estimating it runs and you can see the damage. Including Denver. Yesterday, had ha a warning that includes the airport. But fortunately, nothing happens. Large hail, damaging winds, all possible from the panhandle of Texas through Oklahoma. And up to ft. Collins. We want to check in on prior lake, Minnesota. And the flood stage hasn't been reached or surpassed like it will be. The worst is yet to come. Most of the rain will move to the east, though, including parts of the northeast. Buffalo, Syracuse. Look at some of those Numbers. Four-plus inches. I'll have a lot more coming up in your nation's weather.

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