Worst of damaging storms is gone but plains, South still at risk for severe weather

Severe storms popped up in the high plains of Nebraska and Colorado, a stationary front may trigger thunderstorms in the Deep South, and California may experience its hottest day of the year on Thurs.
0:57 | 08/14/19

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Next to dangerous weather we're watching at this hour. In the central plains, multiple tornadoes. I-70 closed across Kansas. Extreme flooding in Illinois triggering a water rescue. And scorching heat from Florida to California, reaching 115 degrees or more. Let's get to rob Marciano, live in Chicago tonight. Hey, rob. Reporter: So far, so good compared to yesterday in the midwest. But already a severe thunderstorm watch for eastern Colorado, until 9:00 P.M. Tonight. And we could see large hail like last night. And the front drifting into the deep south may trigger flash flooding. Heat and humidity from Atlanta. It could very well be the hottest day of the year. David?

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