Listen: Andrew Kramer, Nick Car, KYW discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
"Children died in Texas after a tree fell on their car. Franklin Texas mayor Molly Hendrix, says a search is underway for storm survivors, they have been going house to house. What's left of the houses, south of ten on to make sure people are not trapped in this home? The police chief there Terry says there's a lot of damage is hard to describe. It's a you got houses turned over you got houses all foundations. It looks like I've gone on. There are downed trees and property damage and Mississippi and Tennessee where one man was thrown from a mobile home, Allison keys, CBS news. Some of that same nasty weather is headed toward the Delaware valley. More from KYW's. Andrew Kramer, meteorologist Nick car with the national weather service at mount Holly, New Jersey, says a line of storms. Some severe are expected to hit our region in the overnight hours locally from wins will be the main concern, but there could be areas and some of stronger than warms that could produce brief, but heavy rain that could potentially resolve and some minor type street flooded areas of poor drainage. He calls the severe storm thread, a wakeup call of sorts are getting into the warm seasons. So to speak. It's under storms are obviously not uncommon in the region and some of them strong as we head into the warmer months here late spring early summer as for getting to work in the morning, car expects the worst of the storm stand before dawn, but don't rule out a messy commute. Give yourself plenty of extra time. Andrew, Kramer, KYW NewsRadio. At five thirty two time for traffic and weather on the twos. Sponsored."