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Right thank you guys -- great weather now violent twisters slamming down in the midwest there is dramatic new video of these funnel clouds roaring across the plains.
And when that happens you hit the gas and get out of there the national weather service of trying to confirm how many tornadoes.
Touchdown and Nebraska look at that -- move across the road.
Storm Chasers captured at least three of them and we're getting scattered reports of damage.
That storm even derail the dream which gives you an idea about how much -- In power it has certainly takes a lot good morning everybody I'm Bill Hemmer welcome here to America's Newsroom we've come back for more -- -- -- yeah look at this morning I'm.
I'm not an -- in for Martha MacCallum today fortunately no reports of injuries -- midwest but that raw display of nature's power.
Making of the night that many won't.
Didn't last long list I don't ever want to review it had to come up highway because it wasn't sure what was gonna happen in the morning.
Now when it was -- -- my -- -- -- -- -- a -- windshield two and a lot more meteorologist Janice Dean live in the fox weather center with more on what's happening -- good morning -- incredible and we're still not deal done with severe weather season -- forty over forty reports of tornadoes.
Over 300 reports of severe weather and take a look at the video from -- Nebraska.
Most of these tornado reports coming out of Nebraska and Kansas.
This looks like something out of the wizard Abbas I can't believe the Storm Chasers aren't that close of course we always you.
-- warned people not to do this these are professionals that are going and taking this video this is out of silver creek Nebraska I you I mean that could be a barn.
Or -- house just incredible and it's amazing that no one was injured.
Or killed in this round of severe weather and this is Aurora Nebraska text book.
-- believe it's like it's like animation I think it's really hard to watch this.
-- really incredible video.
Where at Nebraska and unfortunately.
-- and Heather we have the threat for more severe weather today.
So -- -- storm reports and it's June so we typically see the worst season in terms it's your weather in May.
But it does move into June and again we have this slow moving low pressure system the cold front associated with us.
Bringing more heavy rain to regions that are already seeing record breaking rainfall and flooding across Missouri valley.
That's the other part of this system.
And in the cold front associated with that could bring more severe weather across the Gulf Coast states we have a couple of severe thunderstorm warnings and of course we'll keep up to date.
If we have any tornado warnings which we could see really at any time.
So another round possibly today Janice thank you for that -- your coverage there Heather.
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