Transcript for Severe weather threatens 40 million across the country
I'm Tom llamas. We begin with the severe storms moving across parts of the south tonight and the tornado threat all weekend long. Dark skies moving across that state. You see it right there. This massive supercell seen near the city of Calvert. Rain and strong winds at the leading edge of the storm, and there is more severe weather on the way. 40 million people in the zone stretching all the way up to ABC's senior meteorologist rob Marciano is here, and that threat is out right now. Reporter: It is. As a matter of fact, this is the second of three waves of severe weather, Tom, and there is a tornado with it. For today, we mostly had big hail and big wind, and also a flash flood watch just north of Austin. Nearly 5 inches of rain falling and you have the severe weather threat, and parts of southern Arkansas. We have had wind damage as far east as Georgia, and during the day tomorrow, we have scooting up towards Louisville, and by 4:00 P.M. In Houston, we're looking at thunderstorms that could not only be severe, but bring isolated flooding and the damaging winds goes all the way up through Louisville through tomorrow afternoon. Getting through tomorrow night, Tom. You'll be tracking this tornado threat all week. Rob, thank you.
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