Wildfires, severe weather hit July 4th weekend

ABC News Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the latest weather across the country.
1:00 | 07/03/17

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Transcript for Wildfires, severe weather hit July 4th weekend
Many are still not contained at this hour ginger has the very latest on that did you good morning Amy I wanna start with the impressive pictures from Maine over the weekend you can see this water spout. Forming over a lake and then becoming one of four tornadoes that they saw in Maine that doubles their annual average number of tornadoes on the go ahead and show you what else happened the damage there up to eighty miles per hour winds in Oklahoma. And today we do have more severe weather threat you can see along that cold front Ohio. Western Pennsylvania but the bulk of it and the most severe would happen in western Oklahoma and Kansas then wildfires. At least thirty of them burning across the west many of them in Arizona. One of them forcing evacuations this morning just east of Tucson. Tin son had at hottest June on record and look at this as those flying back from New Zealand that picture. Up the Brian head fire now more than 60000. Acres burned in Utah Dan.

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