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More dangerous weather now in the wake of those deadly tornadoes heavy flooding is a major concern.
Submerging homes under several inches of water and causing huge problems for rescue teams who were trying to survey the damage.
Meteorologist Janice Dean is lots of fox weather center Heidi.
Hi Greg and we're getting more damage survey from the National Weather Service a 25 -- -- tornadoes that's not including the five in Oklahoma.
Preliminary reports of EF three damage in El Reno where we just saw will winds of up to 165 miles per hour.
Also CEF three damage and saint Charles and Saint Louis.
Counties in Missouri so this was wide reaching 25 reports of tornadoes going back this time around 24 hours ago around -- dinner time hour these -- the cells.
That brought -- the EF.
Three damaged well Reno.
Moving very close to Oklahoma City where the storm started to -- thankfully man it would have been just tragic.
If an EF three or higher had gone through Oklahoma City.
And then you can see the line of storms that moves up towards Missouri Illinois in towards Indiana.
And as you sought not only were we dealing with tornado damage wind damage -- hail the size of grapefruit.
But incredible rainfall anywhere from.
I'm 46 inches in just a matter of hours you saw the pictures.
Flooding is a huge concern across these regions we have flash flood watches and warnings extending for half a dozen states and the -- area here is where we're seeing flooding.
-- -- Across portions of Arkansas and even into Oklahoma yet again.
-- is the very slow moving line of storms you can see ahead of the fronts.
We're starting to see more thunderstorms erupting so certainly through the afternoon and evening our -- even.
Slight risk for severe weather including isolated tornadoes really stretching from Texas all the way up to the Great Lakes.
And then this storm is gonna be on the move -- if you can believe -- up towards the north east tomorrow this time tomorrow we could be talking about hail.
Damaging winds even isolated tornadoes in areas that don't typically get.
Tornadoes very warm and humid across the eastern seaboard so we're gonna be watching -- and if I could just point out this is the first day.
Of hurricane season June 1 runs until November 30 and were already watching an area of concern.
In the Gulf of Mexico so lots to watch we'll keep you posted Heather -- back to you tornadoes and hurricanes interesting.
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