Tornadoes, hail slam Texas and other states

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the path of a new round of severe storms that are heading east.
0:53 | 04/18/19

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We have a new round of severe storms heading east after hitting the middle of the country overnight with giant hail and reported tornadoes. Ginger has the latest. Good morning, ginger. Good morning to you, robin. At least 135 storm reports, including this concerned in Oklahoma. That's one of the impacts we'll be looking for today as these storms move east. Look this morning. We already had severe storms as far east as northwestern Reporter: Overnight, seven tornadoes reported in Kansas, Oklahoma and Texas. Sirens blaring as one tornado tour into the northeast panhandle of Texas, reportedly crossing the state line into Oklahoma. The twister shredding homes in shaddock. One home demolished, the roof collapsed. Luckily no injuries reported, but with this route round of severe storms, golf ball to baseball-sized hail across the plains. In alvert, Texas, drivers inches along the highway. Others waiting out the storm at a gas station, watching as those destructive balls of ice plummet to the ground. Blinding rain, flash flooding in parts of Kansas too. You can't see 10 feet ahead of you. You couldn't see where you were going. Reporter: In Oklahoma, lightning illuminaing the night sky. The storm delaying at least 350 flights, canceling 40 others, and more than 100,000 customers in Texas alone are now without power. So as this line marches each east, I'll show you who needs to be on alert today. That will come from the same low. The cold front extending down into the gulf coast. New Orleans, Montgomery, Jackson, all in that elevated risk area. It doesn't stop today. This is actually going to move on Good Friday to a lot of the I-95 from South Carolina to Florida, George. It is going to be some weekend. Ginger, thanks very much.

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