Severe weather on the move through the Great Plains, South

Chief meteorologist Ginger Zee is tracking the latest weather threat moving through the country.
0:53 | 05/10/21

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We're going to move onto that severe weather that's on the move through the plains and the south, and there's a new threat this morning. Ginger tracking it all. Good morning, ginger. Good morning, George. Mother nature showed up on mother's day. Look at this video out of Tennessee. This is a tornado, and there were a couple over the weekend. More than 130 severe storm reports actually. We've got some of the video from the damage. The tree there into the cars, and of course, next to somebody's pool, you see the shrapnel looking on the side of the house. That's from that damaging wind. Go to Texas, and you also had damage from a different set of some flash flooding there too. They had winds up to 70 miles per hour. 2 to 5 inches of rain, and now we're talking about flash flood threat for New Orleans, pockets of severe weather on either end. More than 15 inches above average this spring. They've doubled, and they have more on the way. Michael. All I can say is wow, ginger. Thank you for that.

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