Transcript for Tornadoes slam down on Florida neighborhoods
In the meantime, to the storm system on the move at this hour, after two systems combine. The system now as one barrelling up the east coast, just as millions travel for Christmas. Dangerous driving, delays at major airports are very likely. Two confirmed tornadoes already in Florida from this today. Damaging this home in Polk county. Flooding in Lakeland, Florida. That rain now moving north. Flood watches from Florida all the way up to Maine. Blinding rain for drivers. We have the new track and the timing for you tonight, and ABC's Victor Oquendo with this. Reporter: Tonight, tornado sirens warning families to take cover, as millions hit the road for the holidays. In manatee county, Florida, a confirmed ef-0 tornado. As it got lighter, we've seen the devastation. All I can say is, thank god we're okay. Reporter: South of Orlando, one person was injured after another confirmed tornado tore through this home, collapsing part of the roof. Rain falling two inches an hour in spots. Flooding roads in Tampa and making driving treacherous. I've seen a couple of accidents already where cars appear to have hydroplaned off the roadway. Reporter: Winding gusting to 60 miles an hour in Jacksonville, downing power lines in Hillsborough county. And with nearly 3 million heading to an airport today, any disruptions can cause major ripple effects. This storm is making travel very difficult across the east. Our captain just told us there are now groundstops in Orlando, Jacksonville, and right here in Atlanta. Back on the ground, northeast of Tampa, at least 70 homes damaged at this mobile home community. Thankfully, no one was injured here, but many forced to stay with family and friends just days before the holidays. And here in Orlando, the roads are a mess. Today predicted to be one of the busiest days on the roads in many places. More than 100 million people are expected to take a road trip during the holidays. Now those storms bearing down on the northeast. David? Victor Oquendo, thank you. Let's get the timing for all of this. Ginger zee is tracking it all for us to help us get through this and carefully. Hey, ginger. Reporter: Hey there, David. It is a bad combination, as Victor was just saying. So, we'll get straight to the maps so I can tell you when it's going to be in your backyard. Looking here, along that low, the flood watches that are in effect from Florida and Georgia, all the way up to Maine. Interstate 95, so many people will be traveling that, and that's going to be a mess, especially by tomorrow morning. Because we've got the light stuff now with the warm front, but really, there will be three rounds. That's 7:00 A.M. You're looking at. Philadelphia, very wet. We could seal two to four inches of rain in pockets. Up to Boston. And then another low comes in, a really wet and windy, don't forget that, gusts up to 45 miles per hour. Ginger, thank you. And next tonight, to that
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