Transcript for Severe weather strikes the Midwest and is heading towards the Northeast
We're looking forward to that. We'll start with tropical storm Claudette on the move. That's a live look at the outer banks. Another live look. I'll show you what happened after Claudette left a path of destruction, looking at the damage in Alabama. An ef-2 tornado damaged dozens of homes there. Tornados also slamming the midwest overnight. One even touching down in suburban Chicago. We've got the latest on it all. Ginger is tracking the severe weather. She starts us off. Good morning, ginger. Reporter: Robin, these suburban Chicago places are some of the most populated that Chicago has. I have an aunt and cousins that live in Naperville. You're seeing the damage from moments ago. You can see roofs ripped apart. Even second stories of homes at least six people injured. From the ground more than 30,000 without power. These pictures from Naperville, all over the cars, the trees shoved into homes. Then it was not just there, but more than 100 severe storm reports from Kansas to Pennsylvania. This is Iowa east of Des Moines. We see that tornado forming and ripping across the land. Charleston, West Virginia, Burlington, Vermont and Maine in the severe threat today. It's into the afternoon and evening hours. Then we go to Claudette. Yes it became a tropical storm again. Sucking in the moisture from the gulf stream. Some of the heaviest rain has already passed. Gusty winds up to 45 miles per hour. This this is cooking moving east. It will be out of your hair by this afternoon.
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