Transcript for April Starts Off With Some Severe Weather
We are going to begin with severe weather, heavy rain in Oklahoma overnight causing a lot of flooding. High winds and hail across the south and rob Marciano here to track it all. Really. That flooding, some of that came 5 inches of rainfall in just a short amount of time south and east of Oklahoma and had cars stranded there. Also this hail, incredible stuff coming out of Bryant, Arkansas, a pool with heavy rail coming down. Looks like a turbocharged hot tub. Had several reports of baseball-size hail across parts of Oklahoma and Arkansas. The threat today extends from Kansas up through Nebraska getting across into Iowa, even southern Minnesota and, look, again for some strong winds and hail. A possibility of a few tornadoes but the main threat will be in the form of wind and hail. Tomorrow we slide things east. Maybe a slightly higher risk of tornadoes tomorrow and this will continue to push off to the east on Friday. We'll also be talking more about the wildfire threat, Lara, in California a little later in the show. All right, rob, thank you so much.
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