Transcript for 11 million people at risk in fourth day of dangerous storms
We turn next here to the severe weather at this hour. 11 million Americans at risk tonight from Arkansas all the way up to Massachusetts. 29 reported tornadoes already. This one, right here in amber, Oklahoma. And the Kansas City area cleaning up from damaging storms already. And tonight, the threat is not over. Meteorologist rob Marciano, tracking it all, he's live along the west side highway here in New York tonight. Hey, rob. Reporter: Hey, David. That same system bringing the severe weather has pumped up the heat on the east coast. Record breaking stuff now, and we have storms that are heading this way. Some of these are strong, stretching across the Hudson into Connecticut. And a couple of tornado warnings west of Des Moines. Severe thunderstorm watches out in that vicinity. This is in a weakening fade after midnight. We will have storms tomorrow, but not as severe. And another day of heat, temperatures near 90, might be three days in a row of some folks. That would be the first official heat wave. David? Rob Marciano with us again tonight. Rob, thank you.
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