Transcript for Storm Chaser Video: Tracking Twisters and Severe High Risk Weather
we begin with severe weather at this hour. The pictures coming in from Nebraska. That reported twister touching down not long ago. Part of the dangerous storms on the move tonight. Just look at the radar. 35 million Americans in the path of this system powering up well into the night. The forecast for the next 24 hours in a moment. First ABC's meteorologist ginger zee leading us off with the pictures and the sounds of the storms right now. Reporter: Sirens blaring in Omaha, Nebraska tonight. A toornd warning. Reporter: Skies going dark as severe weather tore churches the heartland. Clayton Sandell in Omaha. You might be able to see how fast the clouds are moving behind me. We have had lightning. Thunder and hail and so much rain. Now the concern is streets may flood. Hail falling. Reporter: Your 100 mile per hour winds shredding trees and knocking over tractor trailers. Huge hail near Nebraska. Draping baseball size hail. Smashing through windshields. Ginger, you have got storm reports at this hour. Close to 100 storm reports including the damaging winds, the hail and the tornados we have been talking about. It's not done. We have got a whole night ahead of us. If you look at parts of Illinois and Indiana, they're next. It's not over. That hot pink is a rare relatively high risk area including open ma aing Omaha to da mine. Parts go to the Ohio river valley and high pressure systems to the rockies. We're going to move on to the major story of the evening.
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