Nightly News | April 14, 2012
LESTER HOLT, anchor: We're going to circle back here now, get a final check of the outbreak of tornadoes. Weather Channel meteorologist Jim Cantore joins us once again from Lincoln , Nebraska . Jim :
JIM CANTORE reporting: Lester , we mentioned at the top this thing is just getting started. Let's take you to Langley , Kansas . These are live pictures of a tornado on the ground there. We don't know yet if it's caused any damage, this is pretty rural Kansas . But the problem is, is we're going to get now more and more of these tornadoes like this, large wedge-type tornadoes that are on the ground and we'll track for many, many miles and they will come close to big cities like Omaha , like Lincoln , where I am tonight, Kansas City as well on standby, Wichita and Oklahoma City . And they will be after dark. So you will not be able to see the tornado like you're seeing right there in Langley , Kansas . So a huge danger still exists tonight in the nation's heartland. Back to you.
HOLT: And I know people will have their eyes glued to The Weather Channel both on the air and online. Jim Cantore , thanks to you and all our colleagues over there.