Now we turn to that outbreak of severe weather we've been watching across the east. We want to bring you the latest reports right now, flash flood warnings and reports of tornados touching down. Areas... See More
Now we turn to that outbreak of severe weather we've been watching across the east. We want to bring you the latest reports right now, flash flood warnings and reports of tornados touching down. Areas abc's david kerley. Reporter: The tornado target at any time, 40 miles north of nashville just across the boarder hitting adareville, kentucky. This just went overtop of us. Reporter: A near perfect funnel formation of this tornado which blew over the small town. One official told us two elderly laesds road out the storm huddled in a bathtub. They both survived with minor injuries, taken to the hospital and released. Reporter: While the tornado was not that wide or powerful, it still left its mark. We had a tornado come through, pretty well destroyed several barnes and buildings. Nobody was injured seriously. Reporter: SOON THE SUN WAS Out and belongings moved out of damaged buildings, firefighters lending a hand. Tonight kentucky and tennessee, a large part of the mid atlantic are expecting strong thunderstorms. This year's tornado season started late but it has been a month to remember and just 11 days later the widest path of destruction on record. Those are suction borders going around the edge. Reporter: From the el reno tornado more than two and a half miles at its widest spot. It was and this is far from the end of tornado season. David kerley, abc news, washington.
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