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A Warmer Week, So Severe Storms Threaten

March 30, 2014; 6:30 PM ET

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I meant to mention in the video that we have a tornado confirmed in Garner, N. C. yesterday, not that it's any surprise. It was rated EF-0. There were also several damage reports in Florida, including a couple of tornadoes.

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