Severe weather threatens 50 million

More than 50 million are at risk for severe weather from Wisconsin to Georgia on Monday.
0:38 | 06/24/19

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Turning to weather now severe storms are impacting millions of us overnight from north Texas to Indiana the greatest threats are the heavy rain and flooding but large hail damaging winds and tornadoes are also possible operations were stopped at the true Dallas airports because of two weather problems. A lightning strike knocked out communications with the radar facility. And the strong winds meet other airport operations to a dangerous a possible tornado damage. Buildings and stop in Indiana including an empty day care center some bruiser. Close by debris and many roads are closed and southern Missouri because of flooding at least one house and a bridge were swept away in the town of Anderson. But the good news is no one was injured.

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