More Violent Weather to Come in Midwest

Tornadoes, hail and flooding continue to sweep through the middle of the country.
1:23 | 06/28/14

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It is a soggy morning in parts of the midwest raising new flood concerns. And tornadoes in the mix, you have a wild weekend of weather ahead. What can we expect? Welcome bill Kelly from WSYX who's tracking it all. Good morning. Good morning, everybody. It has been very active over the last 24 hours over 100 reports of severe weather, tornados, 12, and wind and hail. This super cel was caught on camera, 60, 70 miles per hour winds. A , not much damage. Most in rural areas. And Kohl fax, Wisconsin, a confirmed tornado, and that did damage to a middle and an elementary school. They're cleaning up, and the great news here, look for the light, no injuries out of this. In terms of today, as we plan you out, more violent storms into the southern plains up through parts of Missouri and Iowa. And for the most part, the entire state of Minnesota here. Hail, damaging winds, a few tornados are possible. But coming up in a few minutes, more heavy rain. That may be a big problem as well. See you then, guys.

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