Transcript for Severe weather puts over 50M Americans at risk
Thanks. That dangerous weather on the move, 52 million Americans at risk. Overnight flash flooding stranding drivers from Philadelphia and ginger is tracking it all. These images coming in just within the last hour. You have to see how some people are waking up just east of Philadelphia in vincenttown, new Jersey, homes underwater. People being rescued as we speak because there has been so much rain. On interstate 295, four inches in three hours. That's a month's worth of rain in just three hours. This is a huge deal and still have flood alerts stretching anywhere from Indiana right through Dayton, Ohio, Toledo, Ohio, over through Pennsylvania, parts of New Jersey down into Maryland and Delaware and even West Virginia under flood alert. The storms come with wind a lot of times too. Up to 70-mile-per-hour winds in Little Rock, Arkansas, where you had damage there. More than 100,000 folks without power and in Greenville, possible tornado. Damage to that church. Who gets that today? It's an area, a large area part in the midwest and plains but really from Scranton down to Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh, winston-salem, Greensboro with tornado, wind and hails. Such a large area. Now to that stunning turn in
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