Transcript for Storm Watch: Wicked Weather Throughout Midwest
More than 30 million people facing severe weather. A massive system left its mark. In Illinois, this is one family's back deck, covered with hail the size of golf balls. In Michigan, a major cleanup. Families spending their Sunday cleaning up. This system is on the move. ABC's gio Benitez has the images coming in right now. Reporter: Overnight, parts of Iowa had egg-sized hail. In Michigan, winds bringing down massive trees and utility poles. It sounded like a tornado came through. Just like this. Reporter: People taking cover as the trees landed on homes and cars. Hail starting coming. Trees started bending over. I took cover. Reporter: And in Wisconsin, water from the river rising up and flooding roads. Incredibly, in Denver yesterday, we saw temp mis in the 70s. What a change today. It's in the 30s there with heavy snow falling overnight. Across Wyoming and Colorado. While so many are enjoying the warm weather around the country, cold air is expected to move in quickly. All over again. And here in New York's central park, you can see so many people taking in the rays. But David, all along the east coast, they'll be bundling up by midweek. That's right. A big change coming. Gio, thank you. I want to bring in Jeff smith. He's been tracking this weather. A tornado watch tonight? We have the tornado watch for eastern parts of Oklahoma. Including the Oklahoma City metro area. We're watching the entire Orange zone on the map from the arklatex to Missouri. If it's not a massive tornado outbreak, we'll have strong winds and large hail. Which will cause damage. Soefrl lines of storms we're watching overnight tonight, which will eventually make their way into Tennessee, Mississippi, and Alabama in the wee hours of Monday morning. Gio alluded to this. A real temperature change this week. A big plunge. Areas in the 70s and in some cases 80s, from Raleigh up to New York, down to freezing by Wednesday morning. Bundle up this week. Jeff smith, thanks to you. Next, a growing problem in
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