Where severe weather threat is heading next

The tornado outbreak on May 2nd and May 3rd comes after an extremely quiet April for severe weather. Chief meteorologist Ginger Zee is tracking the path.
0:52 | 05/04/21

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I'm gonna bring in ginger now work. You tell a where the storm is heading next good morning ginger. Robin good morning national getting rates this morning we seen a severe thunderstorms and even tornado warnings through central Tennessee there's a severe thunderstorm watch from Bowling Green, Kentucky. To Huntsville Alabama but just as Steve was just saying they're also flash flood alerts so anywhere that's been saturated from southern Mississippi and Alabama and the Florida Panhandle and yes north Georgia. You are included in NASA any rain that falls on top of the three to five inches you me Valerie gotten is going to be a problem. Now as the atmosphere stents to open up again this afternoon we are really concerned about damaging wind a lot of those problems injuries and deaths came from trees falling into homes and cars. All it takes is a 6065. Mile per hour wind and you can do that today anywhere in the area there Tupelo Tuscaloosa Montgomery Alabama. And Destin Florida need to be antlers Robin lot of concern as you said ginger thinking.

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