Nightly News   |  June 13, 2013

Bracing for more rain, wind

Severe thunderstorms are in the forecast through Thursday evening from the southern Mid-Atlantic to the Carolinas and Mississippi. Rain will also hit the northern High Plains where there’s a chance of damaging winds, large hail and tornadoes. The Weather Channel’s Chris Warren reports.

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>> warren tracking the storm from weather channel headquarters. hi, chris.

>> good evening, lester. storms are still strong and dangerous. tracking them right now. leeg let's take a look where clouds and rain are right now. a line of storms we're looking at here and this is over the past few hours, this afternoon and the evening. still a chance for damaging winds, which could lead to down trees and power lines . large hail, and a few tornadoes. we'll take a look and show you what the radar is going to look like tonight. the future radar, and as we go through time here, during the overnight hours, you will see things really clear out. watch these storms move out by tonight and then tomorrow, much more on the way of improvement. the northeast, a few showers expected, and, lester, in colorado, after a week of record temperatures with highs in the 90s, still no significant relief for firefighters in sight.

>> chris warren , thank you.