Severe Weather Continues to Disrupt the Center of the Country

Some states experiencing winter white outs, flash floods, and sub-freezing temperatures.
2:06 | 04/10/16

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Back home to the severe weather threat in the middle of the country. After a weekend that seemed like the middle of December. A winter whiteout in Michigan and sub-zero temperatures. Flash flood warnings in Nevada. In Arkansas, a dust storm making for very dangerous driving. Here's rob Marciano. Reporter: Winter refusing to release its icy grip. A fresh blast of snow hitting Michigan today. Round after round of snow over the weekend, from Wisconsin to Virginia. Up to 10 inches of the white stuff across the midwest. Whiteouts and wipeouts. We saw accidents everywhere. We were stuck in traffic for about 25 minutes before we got out. It's just a mess. Reporter: Signs of spring buried. Temperatures plunging 20 degrees below Normal. Behind that front, further south, high winds kicking up this dust storm in northeast Arkansas, blinding drivers. Farther west it was another kind of battle against the elements. In Las Vegas, hail and record rain, triggering flash floods and stranding drivers. Even that famous Las Vegas strip, under water. Rob Marciano joins us. You're tracking some severe weather tonight? Time to turn the page on the cold snap, and turn to severe weather in the central plains. Texas panhandle, a severe thunderstorm watch. Some big hail in some of these cells. Red river, Oklahoma City under the gun, with maybe some isolated tornadoes tonight. Here's what we see on the computer model. Several rounds through Oklahoma City, through Tulsa and then through Springfield. And tomorrow, severe weather threat down through texarkana, even College Station, maybe a slightly higher chance of seeing a tornado. And a slow warm-up through the next few days across the east. Temperatures a good 20 degrees below average. D.c., getting to near 70, then dipping back down Tuesday, Wednesday. Then warming back up Thursday and Friday. Hopefully, the snow will be gone for good at this point. Thanks, rob. New details tonight about

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