Transcript for Tornadoes rip across the South for the second time in one week
We want to turn to the extreme weather and tornado strikes in the south. At least ten reported in five states. An ef-1 ripping apart rooftops and downing power lines in Indiana. Heavy snow falling in the midwest. As this system moves out, a new storm is already taking aim this week. Stephanie Ramos is in Memphis tonight. Reporter: Tonight, a second round of destructive tornadoes pummeling the south. It's coming right at us. Oh, wow. Reporter: Watch this ef-1 tornado tear across this parking lot in Louisiana. 105-mile-per-hour winds shearing the roof off this building. This is just one of ten reported tornadoes this weekend. Debris right here, coming right at us. Reporter: That same tornado leaving this town in shambles. Similar scenes in Arkansas. They said take cover, it just came through and did a lot of damage. Reporter: Memphis, Tennessee, also slammed. 60-mile-per-hour winds sending a tree through the window. I'm shaken. Reporter: More than 170 crashes reported across Minnesota. This car flipped over onto its roof. The family is so thankful to be alive. And thousands, especially here in the south, continuing to deal with severe weather. And peak severe weather season is more than a month away. Stephanie, thank you. Let's get right to rob Marciano. It's been a busy weekend, and now more weather heading our Right now, in California, hail in Oakland. And snow east of Los Angeles. Then it gets up into the four corners region. A slow-moving system. I think we'll see blizzard conditions across the plains of eastern Colorado. And snow in the mountains. And the plains may see flooding by midweek. Tom? Rob, thank you.
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