Transcript for Severe Weather and Hurricane in Striking Distance
Now, to the new threat of severe weather at this hour. 9 million Americans from Denver to Kansas City in the bullseye. Flash flood watches in five states. Tornado watches in three at this hour. A tornado touching down in Wyoming. And this intersection in Lusk, Wyoming, underwater. Look at this time lapse tonight of this super cell powering up over Kansas. Meanwhile, the hurricane churning in the pacific, popular vacation beaches now within striking distance. Let's get right to rob Marciano, who begins with the watches tonight in a very familiar place. Reporter: Three nights in a row, David. Look at this tornado watch. The same area as last night. Includes Denver. Storms are popping, especially in eastern parts of Wyoming. Flooding rains. Lynn comeinco Lincoln, Nebraska, through Kansas City. The threat zone, the same area. A pattern is stuck from coast to coast across the U.S. Off the Mexican coastline, category 2 storm now, hurricane Blanca. Not expected to strengthen. Like little as it approaches the coastline of Ka Boe scabo San Lucas. And the desert southwest will get some moisture with this. Very rare to get two big hurricanes like this this early in the season. Rob, thank you. A major head call headline
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