In the meantime, we turn to the breaking weather headline this evening, a massive system on the move tonight. 100 million Americans watching the skies over the next 24 hours. And look at this. The... See More
In the meantime, we turn to the breaking weather headline this evening, a massive system on the move tonight. 100 million Americans watching the skies over the next 24 hours. And look at this. The national weather service already confirming at least one tornado with winds more than 100 miles an hour. Flipped over two small planes there and destroyed hangars near Daytona Beach. Damage reports coming in tonight. I want to bring in meteorologist Jeff smith of our station here in New York, WABC. Jeff, what are you watching right now? Reporter: Our main focus is going to be over the Ohio valley. Severe thunderstorms, producing hail, strong winds. Heavy downpours. Cities included in that risk area include St. Louis, all the way over to Indianapolis and Columbus. Tomorrow, we up the ante. Very energetic disturbance interacting with a lot of heat and humidity. Could mean the possibility for tornadoes in that red zone. Eastern Kentucky, parts of west Virginia, southern Ohio. There's a larger risk of severe thunderstorms that extends all the way to the I-95 big cities, as well. And you told me the other major weather headline is what comes after all this. Reporter: Yeah, much cooler than average weather, yet again, coming through the great Lakes during the day on Monday. Look at this, highs only up into the low 60s in the U.P. Of Michigan. Only up to 71 in Chicago. Some of these cities will wind up with their coldest July on record.
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