Transcript for Texas Slammed With Powerful Storm, Residents Face Flooding
We do now move on to that dangerous weather slamming Texas overnight. Two reported tornadoes touching down, ripping apart homes, devastating an entire neighborhood. ABC's kendis Gibson is in hard-hit lyndell with more. Good morning. I got to tell you, the mayor of this small town calling it a disaster area. Take a look, destruction all around. Part of one of the eight houses that was destroyed by these homes. A young child's pool tossed and flipped around by the winds. This morning, there's destruction everywhere and this rain isn't helping matters. Overnight, severe storms bearing down on more than 18 million Americans in the southern plains. Wow, I think that's a tornado. Tornado just hit my neighborhood in lindale. Reporter: Two reported tornadoes and winds gusting up to 64 miles per hour. Ring up trees. Leaving only a path of destruction across eastern Texas. They're just going inside, probably about two minutes. It's so quick and so fast. Relatively nice, warm calm day to absolute chaos. Reporter: This scene captured near Houston. Downed power lines. Heavy downpours causing flash flooding. Several power lines down on the roadways. We have several roads closed. This comes as yet another band of heavy rain and flooding plague the pacific northwest, according to the national weather service this area has reported more than 2 feet of total rainfall so far this month. The bright spot, if you call it that, no one injured as a result of these storms. That's really incredible as you take a look all around. The big concern this morning, as you can tell is the rain and the possibility of flash flooding. Cecilia, Dan. Kendis, thank you. Rob is off this morning. We're tracking this extreme weather. Welcome. It was definitely a rough night last night. We saw the damage that it already did. Keep in mind, a second line of storms is making its way through, 1 to 3 inches of rainfall has already fallen. Heavy rainfall again. An additional 1 to 3. Keep in mind, this is not just for Oklahoma and Texas. Upper midwest, look at what just got posted. Floosh flagged watches are currently out there. This system is making its way to the north. The bull's eye of rain is south. Watch this change, here comes your new threat, up towards portions of Michigan. Additional 2 to 4 inches of rain. Rough weather is still expected. Indra, thank you. We'll turn now, though, to
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