Transcript for States Remain Prepared for Tornadoes
We want to turn to the extreme weather causing so much damage. More tornadoes touched down Monday as the threat shifts to heavy rain and floods. Rob Marciano is in van, Texas. Reporter: Just a swarm of people from all over the state of Texas came in to help the community. The weather has been dry for the past 12 hours. That has helped in rescue, recovery, and cleanup efforts. The weather front last night moved east. Overnight, the oy oy valley hit with supercell thunderstorms. Inside! Reporter: As Texas and Arkansas clean up from those deadly twisters. The tornado outbreak now blamed for at least five deaths. In van, Texas, three people missing, found this morning after an ef-3 tornado, packing winds of up to 140 miles an hour tore through the town. Once the windows got busted out, I got in a little ball and rode it out. Reporter: From the air, you really see the expanse of the damage. Home after home destroyed. Nearly half the town demolished. It's unreal. I mean, I grew up here. This is my hometown. It's devastated. Reporter: In South Dakota, you can see how an ef-2 completely wiped out a subdivision. On top of or the nay doerks deadly flooding. The water had jumped the creek and was starting to take over the land. Reporter: In Crum, Texas, 42 injured in all. Dozens plucked from the raging flood waters. Many spots of Texas have seen over a foot of rain in the past week. The dry weather the last 12 hours has helped. We have more wet weather coming. It won't take much. The ground is so saturated. We could see another three to four inches across the entire state. Rob robin, back to you. Thank you, rob. Now to scary moments for
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