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Morning Express with Robin Meade

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More severe weather on tap across U.S.

More severe weather on tap across U.S.

What a wild weekend of weather across the country. From two feet of fresh snow, to a land falling tropical storm and of course the more than 70 tornadoes over the weekend.

The threat for severe weather is far from over. Nearly 60 million people from Houston to Cleveland will deal with some severe weather by Monday afternoon. Flooding in Texas will also be a major concern as some towns near the Dallas area have seen an astounding 10 inches of rainfall since Friday!

Strong storms, likely spawning tornadoes, damaged homes in the Oklahoma City, Oklahoma area May 6, 2015.

Tornadoes tear through Midwest

The Oklahoma City area appears to be the hardest hit by a series of tornadoes that strafed the Midwest on Wednesday.

Dozens of tornadoes were reported in Oklahoma, Nebraska and Kansas.

Where to see the total solar eclipse

Rare celestial triple-play on tap for Friday

Three big things will happen in the sky on Friday:

1. Total solar eclipse

Aurora viewing

Solar storm sets off spectacular sky show

A solar storm that hit earth yesterday was stronger than expected.

This type of geomagnetic storm can knock out power grids, and affect GPS tracking but so far no damage has been reported from this blast, but it did light up the skies.

News crew almost hit by car on slick street

News crew almost hit by car on slick street

The latest winter blast is hitting 90 million people, and making for a trying morning rush in the South and East.

Kentucky and Tennessee have declared states of emergency and the weather is extending the long Presidents’ Day weekend, for workers in D.C.

Awwww, hell snow!

Awwww, hell snow!

CNN's Sara Ganim reports on the storm system dropping two more feet of snow on Boston where they have already spent their storm budget for the year.

Today's must-see, must-share stories are in the daily speed feed.

Bob Van Dillen reports on the arctic blast

Nation wakes up to deep freeze

Big Arctic high pressure responsible for Thursday's extreme cold is anchored from Kentucky to Texas. Wind chill warnings and advisories take up a lot of acreage. Over 171 million people are under a wind chill advisory and 11.5 million under a wind chill warning.

Snow and wind will make it to the Upper Midwest later Thursday afternoon. Blizzard warnings are in place in North Dakota and Minnesota. It's not much snow, but lots of wind and blowing snow.

Rough weather developing for Christmas Eve travelers

Rough weather unwrapping for Christmas Eve

A combination of wind, fog, thunderstorms and some snow will create a messy few days for millions across the country.

Travelers in the South will be most impacted today while travelers in the Northeast and Midwest are set to be walloped Wednesday:

File photo: Airlines have cancelled hundreds of flights on a busy holiday travel day ahead of a bad winter storm slamming the Northeast

Snow joke: Nor'easter disrupts holiday travel

If you are among the millions traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday, you may run into some nasty weather.

Icy roads could slow down drivers in the Mid-Atlantic to the Northeast. Airlines have already canceled hundreds of flights ahead of the storm that'll dump heavy rain and snow on Wednesday.

Hurricane Gonzalo headed toward Bermuda

Bermuda in the path of powerful hurricane

Bermuda is in the path of a category 4 hurricane.

Gonzalo could be the strongest hurricane to ever hit the island with 145 mile per hour winds churning up 45-foot waves.