Transcript for Severe Storms Hammer the Southeast
Thanks for joining us. I'm Tom llamas. As we come on the air tonight, and tornado watches still in place in parts of the southeast. In Alabama, storms downed power lines and trees. Workers coming out to repair them. And in Florida, look at that. Round after round of lightning on crystal beach. More than 50 million people in the threat zone for severe weather tomorrow. Rob Marciano starting us off tonight. Reporter: Severe storms hammering the southeast. Georgia drivers today getting pelted by heavy rain. Listen to it come down in ft. Benning. Part of a flurry of severe storms that left a trail of damage, including Cincinnati, Ohio, where a woman died when this tree came crashing down on her car. And look at this image from cottonwood, Alabama. The home split in half by a falling tree. Amazingly, no one was hurt. In ft. Mitchell, Alabama, siding ripped right off the wall of this house. These homeowners losing parts of their roofs. More than 40 reports of severe weather in the region. You need to take cover as soon as possible. Reporter: Overnight, the same system sent country music fans running for cover at this outdoor concert in Arlington, Texas. Here we are. Tornado sirens going off. Reporter: The city sounding the alarm for the dangerous weather. We're having tornado winds, rain and hail. Reporter: Not quite a tornado, but a second night of damaging storms pounding the Dallas area. And rob is here now. Where is the severe weather headed? It's coming in waves. The same folks that got it earlier may get it again tonight. The pink area, where storms and watches will be. This, extending from Orlando to Philadelphia. I wouldn't be surprised if we saw some severe weather into the northeast. And to D.C. By the morning rush, a messy commute. Not just rains, but windy and stormy. So, this has been a lar not going to be through it until the middle of the week.
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