Transcript for Damaging Winds, Large Hail and Flash Flooding Persist in Midwest
funeral for those killed is this weekend. 40 million folks are in the storm-battered plains. Large hail, damaging winds, and flash flooding with expected. Rob is track it all. Reporter: This area of Texas receiving over a foot of rain in the past week. The rivers and Lakes with swollen. We're by ray Roberts lake. This is a spillway. Army corps of engineers have opened the spillway. The rate anywhere from 5 to 50,000 gallons of water per second. It's enough to file cowboys stadium several times over. All in anticipation of more rain today. Severe weather today. We had severe weather last night. Look at that hail in Nebraska. Frequent lightning. Eight reports of tornadoes and flooding rain. Hail the size of baseballs. Where are we going to see the severe risk today? A moderate risk has been issued. That's business. A big swath of the red from here north into southern Nebraska. Potentially some large, long-tracked, damaging tornadoes. Tomorrow, we push the risk off to the east. A slightly lower risk as we go through tomorrow. Flood watches are out. This area and in through southern Oklahoma saturated with the rainfall this past week. I think we'll see another two to three inches of rainfall today and tonight. Further to the north, rain they need it. They don't need it all at one time. Potential flooding across the dakotas. Areas west of here are still in a drought. Much of north Texas dealing with this. A busy weekend, thank you, rob. We turn now to the reaction this morning out of Boston. A death sentence for marathon bomber dzhokhar tsarnaev.
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