Transcript for Close-call: Live wire catches fire as utility workers clean up after storm
Back here at home, and with Good Friday and Easter now approaching, so is a major storm system. It hits tomorrow and then moves east, right through Good Friday. And a reminder tonight of the danger ewe actuality workers face cleaning up after all of this severe weather. In New Jersey, these images. Workers narrowly escaping when a life wire caught fire there, just unbelievable. Let's get to chief emergency ginger zee tonight, tracking this. A lot of people watching, ginger, with Good Friday approaching. Reporter: David, a major player in the violence storms that are coming our way is a dry line. That is a dry Tandy vision of air there, between the warm and humid air and that extreme dry and cold. What's going to happen here is, tomorrow afternoon and evening, anyone from Kansas through Oklahoma to Dallas, Texas, has to be on alert. These storms are going to go so high in the atmosphere, they'll tap into cold hair and very large hail and isolated tornados are possible first. Then damaging wind all the way down to Mexico. This thing moves Thursday into Friday toward the east coast. Jacksonville to New York still will get heavy rain, if not some strong storms. David? Watching it straight through Friday with us. Ginger, thank you.
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