ABC News(NEW YORK) — There were 10 tornadoes reported in Colorado, Texas and Oklahoma Tuesday due to severe storms.The severe weather also brought 29 reports of large hail and up to 80 mph wind gusts were from Texas to Minnesota.Severe storms are still impacting Texas to Oklahoma Wednesday, where a tornado watch is in effect through 11 a.m. There is also a severe thunderstorm warning popping up in these areas.This large storm system is also bringing flash flooding. A flash flood watch has been issued until Thursday morning.Millions of people will face more severe storms Wednesday, from the hard-hit South to the lower Great Lakes.The biggest threats will be tornadoes, large hail, flash flooding and damaging winds from Texas to New York.Heavy rain is expected in some of these areas and up to 4-plus inches of rainfall is possible from Texas to Indiana.Well ahead of the storm, warm air is pushing towards the Northeast, with a few records already set Tuesday. Record high temperatures were tied in Chicago at 87 degrees. And in South Bend, Indiana, it hit a record high of 85 degrees.Warm air pushes even further east Wednesday, with mid to upper 80s forecast from Raleigh, North Carolina, to New York City. It will be at least 20 degrees above average.Some areas will come close to 90 degrees Wednesday. Philadelphia could hit nearly 88 degrees, Raleigh will be near 86 degrees and even Washington, D.C., could hit near 89 degrees Wednesday.Copyright © 2021, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.
It’s sweeping love story has been described by critics as “enthralling,” “enchanting” and “heartwarming.” It’s directed by John Caird, the Tony-winning director of shows like Les Miserables and The Life and Times of Nicholas Nickleby, who also co-wrote with Paul Gordon, the Tony-nominated composer of Broadway’s Jane Eyre. And it stars married Broadway pros Megan McGinnis and Adam Halpin, who’ve been seen in shows like Les Miz, Kinky Boots, Beauty and the Beast, Thoroughly Modern Millie, Rent and Parade.Yup, it’s Daddy Long Legs, playing off-Broadway at the Davenport Theatre. But tonight and only tonight, it’s streaming LIVE right on this page. For free! The show starts at 8PM so grab some popcorn (and maybe some tissues), print out your program and kick back and fall in love with Daddy Long Legs! Related Shows Show Closed This production ended its run on June 6, 2016 View Comments Daddy Long Legs
Melbourne: Chairman of selectors MSK Prasad Tuesday made it clear that his committee picked Ravindra Jadeja for the Test series based on the fitness report where he was declared absolutely fit. Jadeja, who had a shoulder stiffness couldn’t feature in the second Test in Perth and coach Ravi Shastri told the mediapersons that the player was carrying the niggle from India.Prasad however wanted to set the record straight on the eve of the Boxing Day Test, which will feature the Saurashtra all-rounder. “On the eve of any selection meeting, the selection committee is given a fitness report of all the players. In that report, Jadeja was absolutely fit. So we picked him. After we picked him, he went and played Ranji Trophy also, where he bowled 60 overs. So there is no question of him being unfit at the time of selection (for Australia),” Prasad said.Also Read | India vs Australia Melbourne Test Playing XI: KL Rahul, Murali Vijay dropped, Ravindra Jadeja returns“Whenever a health issue comes up, we have a group in which it is being placed. All that is looked after by the physio and they have very clearly given it in the statement,” he said.On a different note, Prasad said that Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s return in the T20 squad for New Zealand tour was on expected lines as he was only rested for the six T20 Internationals against West Indies and Australia.“With regard to MS, even while resting also, we categorically told that he was going to be rested for those six matches so that we an give more game-time to Dinesh Karthik and Rishabh Pant. That is the very reason. Now they have played quite a few matches, so we thought that we should bring back MS into the squad,” Prasad reasoned, even though it is clear that Dhoni won’t be part of 2020 World T20 in Australia.Prasad said the decision to drop Rishabh Pant from the ODIs against Australia and New Zealand was to keep him fresh for bigger battles ahead. He assured that the young keeper is still in scheme of things for the 2019 World Cup.Also Read | BCCI announces T20s, ODIs squads for New Zealand, Australia series, MS Dhoni makes return“With regards to Rishabh, given the intensity of this series that we are playing right now, so after this series, we want to keep him fresh. Give him a break and he will have a very good game-time of five matches against the visiting England Lions. Definitely a part of our World Cup plans (sic), Prasad said. The chairman of selectors informed that from now on only 20 players will play till World Cup as they form the core.“As promised, we said that coming closer to the World Cup, we are left with only 13 ODIs. It is more or less the core team. We have zeroed in on 20 members and only those 20 members will be figuring from now on, he signed off. For all the Latest Sports News News, Cricket News News, Download News Nation Android and iOS Mobile Apps.