Extreme Weather Batters the Nation

Families across the country are still recovering from a torrent of rain, hail and tornadoes.
1:35 | 04/21/14

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Tonight families across the south and west are reeling from the bathling weather this weekend. Monster hails. ABC's meteorologist ginger zee with the roundup and the forecast Reporter: Tonight, the gaping holes in the Earth that threatened this central Florida retirement community over the weekend are filled. While out west in Texas -- There it is! Look, look, look! It's on the ground. Reporter: A tornado and several reports of hail filling the weekend near El Paso -- flash flooding -- flooded with hail. Tonight, there is still a risk F damaging wind, hail and edolat tornadoes. Possibly some focused rotation right here. Despite the action this weekend, this season has been remarkable safe in part because of a cool start of spring. Preliminary Numbers in from noaa tonight, saying this is likely the quietest start for tornadoes in more than 60 years. Now I wanted to bring back the map for the threat and risk area tonight. Anywhere from southwestern arc saw down through Dallas even Austin has to be on alert. Subtly atmosphere down on Tuesday. But the Wednesday threat area is much larger through Lincoln, Nebraska down through Kansas. This looks like it could be more intense. We'll be watching after it. Diane. Up next, look out below.

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