Severe Spring Weather Across the Midwest

High winds, hail and flash flood warnings hit Missouri and southern Illinois.
1:56 | 05/09/14

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Friday night. As American families look forward to mother's day, mother nature has her own ideas. Take a look. Storm chasers at KOCO captured this picture, a rainbow over a tower of rain Oklahoma. Here's Steve osunsami. Reporter: Getting more sandbags. The last thing they need is coming, more rain and a flood watch tonight. It's a difficult situation, knowing we're going to possibly go through it all again. Reporter: Across Missouri and southern Illinois, they were running for cover. A tornado pulling trees out of the ground. Tonight, travel issues in Dallas, over 300 delays. Turning creeks into rivers and reducing visibility Thursday. They could hear the tornado sirens blaring. Kelsey Freyer and her newborn daughter made it out of their mobile home alive. After high winds tore it to pieces. The poor baby was left with a scratch on her nose. It's really scary. She is only a month and a half. Reporter: This was those same high winds in Roseville, Illinois. Damage wins and isolated tornados are possible, but a major snowstorm could bring up to a foot in places, slowing travel down. Thanks.

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