Extreme Weather Videos
Deadly Weather Moves in While Millions Are Traveling
There has been record rain across Texas and the Plains, leaving several people dead or missing.
The Race for the White House Heats Up in California
Donald Trump's rally in San Diego drew both cheering crowds and violent protests.
Bernie Sanders Rails Against Income Inequality in Rural America
The presidential candidate spoke in Huntington, W.Va., on the evening of five Northeast primaries.
Blinding Storms Dump Floodwater on Texas
Flash floods are hitting Dallas while a lighting strike may have started an oil tank fire.
Record Low Temperatures From Baltimore to New Hampshire
Also, fierce winds and raging wildfires in Oklahoma, man in a road grader caught up in fire barely escapes.
Tornadoes Threaten Mississippi and Arkansas
At least seven people were injured when multiple storms touched down in Oklahoma.
Severe Storms Hit Florida, Move Across the Country
bring up the old history lesson. We turn to extreme weather moving across the country. Check out this time lapsed video showing a storm closing in on Florida. And a big lightning strike caught on camera. Much more severe weather on the way. Tracking it all day long and, of course, let's get right
Will Donald Trump's Campaign Manager Impact the Race?
ABC News' Political Analyst Matthew Dowd and Chief Legal Analyst Dan Abrams discuss if Trump's defense of his campaign chief will affect voters.
High Wind Threat From Washington, DC, to New York
Now, to the extreme weather in parts of this country, and a major concern tonight about fierce winds, from Washington, D.C. All the way up to Boston. Set to hit this evening. In New York, in fact, a warning to lock down the cranes. It comes after a system already hit parts of Kentucky. Families
Florida Slammed With Dangerous Easter Storms; Man Struck by Lightning
Extreme weather threat for Easter Sunday and already this evening severe weather hitting storms firing up at this hour. Dark clouds rolling in over Orlando in this time lapse hail and flooding rains over the past 24 hours. Winds near seventy miles an hour damaging buildings and those are Alabama.