Severe storms sweep the country

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the latest weather systems as more than 30 million Americans are in the storm zone.
0:48 | 05/11/18

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I look like Michael. Severe storms are sweeping across the country, more than 25 million American the storm zone and ginger is tracking it all. Good morning. I don't know if you saw that lightning show over New York City but it was pretty impressive and not just the danger from lightning but from trees falling. In Maryland that tree falling straight down 60-mile-per-hour winds and you saw a lot of damage. One was killed in Richmond, Virginia, because of a tree branch falling on him so there is more of this theatre that came from. That stationary front connected with a couple of lows going to give a pocket of severe storms for the rockies, parts of Cole, Nebraska and Wyoming and spreads out tomorrow. If you have outdoor plans from Illinois through Ohio into Pennsylvania, something to watch for. We'll keep our eye on that

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