People woke up this morning to two wildly different spring days. In D.C. Cherry blossoms in full bloom and almost a beach day here. But in Wisconsin, the snow shovels were out again. And in Denver one... See More
People woke up this morning to two wildly different spring days. In D.C. Cherry blossoms in full bloom and almost a beach day here. But in Wisconsin, the snow shovels were out again. And in Denver one Tu lip pushing through. Weather brewing up. ABC following this April freeze. Reporter: A violent Monday morning in parts of Texas. Hail pummeling this backyard and pool. There it goes. It's touching the ground. Tornado on the ground. Reporter: After a wicked weekend of tornados in Oklahoma, Texas and Iowa and supersized hail in northern Illinois, the gulf coast is on alert tonight. That sever weather risk area slipping east from Virginia to Florida Tuesday. In Michigan -- Look at that. It was not a tornado but straight line winds gusting to 80 plus miles per hour, leaving the Earth littered with trees and power lines. How do we know it wasn't a tornado? It's all about the radar and debris. See, tornados rotate, scattering debris in all directions. Straight line winds are just that -- straight, pushing the debris in the same direction. And right on the tail of the sever weather, a blast of snow and cold measurable from Wisconsin to as far south as north Texas. Highways from Colorado to Nebraska shut down Sunday. When you see that type of snow, you know I have got cold Numbers coming at you. Some of the high temperatures happened early today. Watch as the cold front sweeps to the east. By tomorrow morning we're waking up in the 20s and 30s again as if April has not happened. There are freeze watches and warnings. A lot of folks in Texas all the way to Illinois concerned about their plants tonight. Diane. Now overseas there is a
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