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This could be a deadly double dose of disaster -- storm system threatening the same area ripped apart.
By deadly tornadoes only 36 hours ago and now word just in.
All the high risk for severe weather that's a big deal because that -- -- only goes out a few times a year and today is one of those days good morning everybody.
I'm Bill Hemmer welcome America's Newsroom and welcome for.
Hey good morning was how nice to see morning everybody I'm Mike and accounts of the forecasters are warning of a classic set up.
For tornadoes today the dangers on stretches from Louisiana.
All the way to Ohio.
Then -- -- from the storm victims to that they're trying to save anything they can from what is left of their ravaged lives.
Before the next storm moves in and these emotions are still so overall.
So much happened in them and basically Abe Lincoln denying it it was there and it was loud and that's that's an analyst curious.
And that -- was current.
We will go -- -- -- the roof coming up in the -- coming down and -- jump or cover her baby to shield them.
-- come down around the back of the room to back the house to get bureaus.
And there's Chertoff the loans how scary is that when you used to treat used to it community endures through -- -- -- thing about.
I'd hate thinking about it.
I ran especially -- us all that -- -- we are working together we have to help each other and that's the way we survive in this way we move forward.
-- -- -- been watching this every hour of every day good morning what do you see -- It's a well bill as you mentioned the storm prediction center issuing a high risk areas this area shaded in white which is something.
A fairly rare maybe we see it a couple of times a year and that means they are very certain that we could potentially see long lasting destructive tornadoes this from.
The National Weather Service a significant severe weather outbreak expected this afternoon.
Across the Ohio and Tennessee River valley including the potential for long track.
Strong tornado so you have some warning now if you -- there -- is like that cone of uncertainty guys.
I don't want to just focus on that white area because in the area shaded in -- even in the yellow shaded areas we could see long track.
Very strong destructive tornadoes so.
-- weather radios on and make sure you know where you're gonna go always going to be in the basement is -- going to be in your bathroom in the top with a mattress on top.
I'm not exaggerating here we are pretty certain.
Almost sure that we're going to see a significant severe weather outbreak including tornadoes so.
-- Nashville I want you to be on alert Louisville Lexington they're actually sending kids home today in parts of Kentucky at noon.
In anticipation of the severe weather outbreak and it's going to be.
Long lasting not only this afternoon into the overnight and into tomorrow now -- I want to do is to show you where we're seeing that severe weather setup we've got that moist unstable air mass rape there are cold front and -- low pressure which is the trigger and then we've got this very strong jetstream that's going to add to the punch.
In the upper levels of the atmosphere so all of those ingredients are going to give us what could be a very destructive.
Outbreaks while -- make sure people are on alert today.
Is extremely important said on this is set up and a classic example then of whether that you do not -- that warm air from the south -- very cold air from the north and they're gonna hit at some point.
-- and when they hit and where you hit you hope it is not where you live.
Absolutely but the only thing we can do right now is make sure that people are aware of the potential.
Other videos that we have seen the picture that we've seen already this week of the destruction we had deaths we had shopping centers completely annihilated.
This is -- foreshadowing unfortunately.
On to what we could see today and perhaps you know march April may April and may actually are typically the busiest.
Of months so you know early march this is a fairly rare event to see.
Such destructive tornadoes that EF four in early march the end of February is really almost unheard outcome and -- like a line in the good way to Janice thank you stay close okay headlines -- against him.
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