Nature's Fury Strikes Again With More Deadly Storms

30 million people in the path of destruction from Wyoming to Florida bracing for tornadoes and severe weather.
1:46 | 06/06/14

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Heartland where a new and dangerous storm front is moving in right now. Thirty million families warned of severe weather tonight in this is what they're seeing out -- window what looks like a funnel cloud on the horizon there in Colorado and a Nebraska. The radar maps saying it all tonight severe storm warnings ABC's Clayton send out all -- all force tonight. Tonight this tornado touching down in Colorado the sky near Denver turning from blue to go away as storms whip up a wild weather weekend -- blogdigger. What at least half a dozen tornadoes reported in the -- 44 hours this one in Nebraska. Heavy rain causing the roof of this Oklahoma apartment building to collapse. Yeah. Over 151000. Lightning strikes from Oklahoma to Georgia in the last 24 hours. And a reminder tonight of the power of lightning watch again in slow motion the hottest example of nature's fury hit this truck in Canada last week. Thankfully everyone is okay tonight severe weather will stretch 15100 miles from -- went to Florida. Thirty million people in the past the storms are already deadly in Arkansas -- powerful winds knocked down trees killing two people. This afternoon those high winds returning tossing cars sending trampoline flying -- the power lines and -- sheets of metal around power poles. And tonight -- clouds spinning and Arkansas. Now some parts of Colorado got hit with nearly seven inches of rain today and tonight forecasters are calling for seventy mile an hour winds. Hail the size of golf balls and possibly even more tornadoes.

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