Dangerous Severe Storms in South

Mother and son trapped in a car in Charlotte, North Carolina, and severe lightning in Alabama.
1:41 | 09/04/14

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Now to the severe weather on the move at this hour. Take a look at the weather wall tonight, strong storms moving in this evening across the midwest and what has already been a week of wicked weather. We're getting pictures of flash floods in Charlotte, north Carolina, inside that car a mother and son trapped, later rescued. In Alabama lightning as severe weather moves through. Ginger zee tracking the storms and the hurricane gaining strength tonight. Ginger with the images coming in right now. Reporter: Severe storms shredding the northern great Lakes. A tornado warning is on this storm. Reporter: Winds gusting to 84 mph near wadena, Minnesota left this mess. The haunting shelf clouds creeping across the horizon, in Green Bay. Hail up to baseball sized near Fargo. And way too much rain. Look at the streets of St. Cloud Wednesday, an inch falling in six minutes. The scoopable hail wounding crops and cars. And in Charlotte, North Carolina Wednesday three to four inches of rain overtaking the streets and Sheena Raley's car. I didn't even see the water. I just started floating. Reporter: Her five year old son inside. Firefighters pulling them to safety. I just know it was the grace of god that kept me and my son. Wow, both pulled to safety. Ginger is tracking that hurricane tonight. Hurricane Norbert. We're watching it south of baha California. It's going to hug baha and get very close to L.A. But I think high surf is the only thing we would see, waves up to four or eight feet. An even potentially bigger issue would be fueling the monsoon. We're talking two to three inches in that spot. Thank you. We move on tonight that that developing headline out of

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