Transcript for Woman killed in mudslide in North Carolina
Next tonight, the severe weather threat. Next to a woman killed during a mudslide in South Carolina. With a slow-moving storm system as the work week begins. Here's rob Marciano. Reporter: Tonight, funnel clouds spinning above central Texas, with three tornadoes reported north of Austin. That's going to touch the ground in a minute. Reporter: And off the coast of Alabama, a water spout churning near dauphin island. And severe storms tearing across Oklahoma, littering this neighborhood in Fairfax with debris. I heard a big boom and that thing was against my car. Reporter: Floodwater for as far as the eye can see in farmville, Virginia. The wet weather causing this plane to skid off the runway at blue grass airport in Kentucky. You hear the sirens. And you see everything going. And it was pretty scary. Reporter: Torrential rain flooding entire neighborhoods in Maryland. Dive teams brought in to pump this road in Washington county. And heavy rain flooding streets in Boulder, Colorado, and turning roadways into rivers in southern Florida. The spring storms turning deadly in North Carolina. A Polk county woman killed when her home was crushed by a mudslide. Let's get right to rob. As we look at the map tonight, there's a lot going on. The soil saturated, across the southeast. Missouri, and Tennessee. And storms moves across Houston, and the rains continuing tonight. Some severe weather, storms to Chicago morrow morning. Severe threat looks like it will impact Indiana and parts of Ohio during the day tomorrow. Strong winds, hail, maybe an isolated tornado. And some heavy rain in the next 48 hours from Ohio to Miami. Rob, thanks. We want to turn developing story we've been
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