Extreme weather slams US as storms and heat waves come in from both coasts

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Extreme weather is affecting millions in the United Sates. Flooding and tornadoes hit the east as Tropical Storm Claudette slammed several states, destroying homes and knocking out power.

Meanwhile, a megadrought continues to hammer the western U.S., bringing in blistering heat conditions, with Las Vegas even shattering an 81-year-old temperature record at over 45 degrees Celsius. Jennifer Johnson reports.

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