Transcript for Tornadoes, Floods and Rescues
Now, to those tornadoes i mentioned. A small nebraska town devastated and abc meteorologist ginger zee tonight on the string of twisters. Violent, large tornado. Reporter: Tonight, we know that colossal tornado in wayne, nebraska, was an ef-4. Winds of 170 miles per hour. Ripping across the earth for 19 miles. Oh, my god. Oh, god. Reporter: It crushed the airport, destroyed at least ten homes and sent a dozen people to the hospital. Oh, my god. I seen that tornado, it was like right in front of my house. Reporter: The same cold front that kicked up the tornados did this to louisville today. More than a half foot of water falling in just hours. So many waking up to basements full of floating furniture. We have 17 inches in our family room. Reporter: This man giving us his point of view. The flooding forcing him to kayak around town. At least 12 water rescues and almost 100 people evacuated from their home. People flooding out their cars and some cars were completely submersed in the water. Thinking about the families in louisville tonight. Ginger, you were saying this system is going to cause real problems this week. Reporter: Over a large area, too. So, that same cold front that's been raking across the u.S., Now headed to the east coast. Let me show you what it's going to do. First, I want to tell you about the rain. Because it's one to two inches, some places locally more. New york city, washington, d.C., raleigh's in there. That's the remnants of karen in the panhandle of karen. Not a big issue there, but still going to drop some good rain. And then there's sere vie weather, david. Anywhere from albany to new york city, philadelphia and baltimore tomorrow, in the afternoon and evening. Be aware. Watch your local abc station, because we could see damaging winds, hail, even isolated tornadoes. All right. Ginger, thank you.
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