Severe Weather in the Northeast Turns Deadly in New Jersey

Women killed after a tree and power lines fell on her car in Fanwood, New Jersey.
0:56 | 07/19/16

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To the severe weather now turning deadly the woman killed after a downed trees knocked power lines under card fan would New Jersey. Damaging storms rolling through April Massachusetts the weather forcing ground stops major airports. In the northeast at extreme heat spreading cost this country this week some states will feel like triple digits. ABC chief meteorologist to disease tracking it all force ginger. David we have about an hour left in the severe thunderstorm watch is still could see if you but that main line that caused dozens of damaging wind reports it's gone and so will be heat well for the most part less humid certainly less warm but we go to the center of the nation that is not. What you'll be hearing throughout the week especially Thursday in a Friday. This huge ridge this dome of high pressure really sitting there just turning and building the heat. All the way from parts of Arkansas on the Gulf Coast to Minnesota where you have an excessive heat watch it means that days on end of oppressive heat and humidity. We'll make it feel like 101 in Indianapolis 105 Thursday in Chicago.

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