The severe weather down south. This picture out of Houston tells you the story. Two inches of rain in 15 minutes. This morning, about 100,000 customers without power. The slow-moving system is... See More
The severe weather down south. This picture out of Houston tells you the story. Two inches of rain in 15 minutes. This morning, about 100,000 customers without power. The slow-moving system is bringing heavy rain, high winds, lightning strikes, on top of it all, possible tornadoes. It's set to last straight through the weekend. As it Marchs eastward, with 30 million folks in the path. This thing is huge. It's moving slowly. That's why it's last something long. It's two systems combining. One across Colorado. And then tapping into the gulf of Mexico. We saw 56 storm reports throughout the day and evening yesterday. Hail the size of tennis bals in parts of Houston. Incredible amounts of flooding rain. Power is out, I mean, from the midwest down to the gulf coast. Really, southeast Texas seeing the worst of it. Happening overnight, severe weather across the midwest and Texas. In Houston, terrifying moments inside this circus tent. The exits only. No pushing. No shoving. Watch the children. Reporter: Watched a powerful winds rip the sides of the big top wide open. Rain pouring in. The crowd in a panic. Over 100,000 customers without power from Houston to Dallas. And intense downpours drenching Harris county with over 5 inches op rain. Urging residents to stay home and stay safe. Vehicles across the area swamped. Traffic stopped on highway 59. In angelton, Texas, hail hitting the ground. And an explosion at an oil facility. Lightning believed to be the cause. Thankfully, no injuries reported. Further north in Kansas, ominous funnel clouds spin over Goodland. And winter weather causing this massive fileup in Wyoming. 60 cars and trucks on interstate 80. Over 20 people treated at the local hospital. Incredible here that we're seeing this snowfall mid to late April. The severe threat with the energy is going to intensify, not just today. But I think as we go through tomorrow. Let's break it down for you. Corpus Christi to Houston, Dallas, up through Wichita. Maybe a tornado or two. That chance will increase. The arklatex, lower and mid Mississippi river valley will see a decent chance of severe weather. Reports of over three inches in 30 minutes in parts of Harris county. That is a rarity. Flash food watches. We'll talk about that later in the program. Rob, thank you. We have the situation in the south we're watching.
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