95M residents in path of storm expected to bring severe weather

A funnel cloud was captured on video over Shamrock, Texas, and hail as well as damaging winds were possible in Dallas.
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We are also following a major storm hitting the middle of this country and hitting east. Hitting on Good Friday and passover. Tonight, this just in. A funnel cloud seen over shamrock, Texas. 95 million Americans are in the path of severe weather right through the holiday. Senior meteorologist rob Mars yap know is tracking it all for us. Hey, rob. Reporter: Hi, David. Severe weather watches extended into Kansas City. Here it is on the radar scope, where a lot of action across the Texas panhandle, where those or the tornadoes dropped. Tell you what, eastern Texas tonight, you're going to see some big-time him a. Get the car in the garage if you storm, the system in the south. Steals some moisture from the gulf of Mexico. Greater risk of tornadoes. You have to keep a heads up. Friday, Tampa to Baltimore, with the greatest risk of severe storms across the Carolinas. A slow-moving system, David, so, we're looking at at least three days of rough weather. David? Rob, thank you. There is a December pras rescue operation under way at

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