Severe storms tear across the US heartland
Nearly 40 million Americans are in the storm zone and on alert for tornadoes, hail and damaging winds.
More severe weather is expected in the region, potentially affecting tens of millions of Americans.
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ABC News gives updates on Trump, his doctor and the severe weather tearing through the country.
Now we go to severe weather in the heartland. I wish this had never happened before. At least 18 reported tornados in three straights overnight and more than 100 severe weather reports. ABC's gio Benitez is in walnut, Iowa, where they're seeing significant damage. Hey, Michael, good morning to you.
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Now to the whether the threat for tornadoes across the middle of the country today after eighteen were reported last night. Storms are stretching from the plains to the Great Lakes Oklahoma. Saw its first tornado of this season parts of Kansas and Nebraska also got hit with tornadoes. Moats tests
There's a tornado watch in three states and summerlike temperatures in the East.
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