Transcript for Tens of millions at risk from the severe weather from the South to Northeast
Tens of millions of Americans at risk today from the south all the way up to the northeast. Rob is out in central park tracking it all. Rob, good morning. Good morning, Dan. You heard these storms are moving fast and they’ll be expanding throughout the day to encompass a larger area. High density population. Let’s go to the maps and show you where the storms are, moving through Alabama, snow behind this and a tornado watch is up for parts of Alabama and the Florida panhandle. That will be expanded as these storms push east into western Georgia. We’ll have several pockets of convection as this entire system, as it’s growing in size, from Augusta, up to Pittsburgh and Scranton, another be there as we go through the overnight period. Tomorrow morning, the whole thing pushes through New York City. Damaging winds. Enhanced area from Charlotte up to roake, Pittsburgh. Damaging winds, potentially tornadoes. More on this throughout the program. Janai, back to you. Now to the white house where the battle lines are being drawn on two major issues —
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