It's a huge feel. We have strong to severe thunderstorms for a large part of the east. The funnel clouds were reported earlier. Now, the severe weather, just southwest of philadelphia. Not only is... See More
It's a huge feel. We have strong to severe thunderstorms for a large part of the east. The funnel clouds were reported earlier. Now, the severe weather, just southwest of philadelphia. Not only is this going to bring you the severe weather potential, in the mid-atlantic and northeast, flood watches from connecticut to kentucky, all throughout the plains. And that one town, manitou springs, got so hard hit last weekend, hit again last night. It's the most terrifying thing I've ever seen. I can't stop shaking. Reporter: Flash flooding, terrorizing the mountains of colorado again. Oh, my gosh. Reporter: A body found, as streets in manitou springs became racing rivers. The foundation of this building, just barely able to withstand the force of the murky water running beneath it. Another nightmare, as the highway shuts down. Our affiliate, with the caption, just pulled this lady out when she drove down a flooded street. More than an inch of rain falling in just 15 minutes. Water gushing. And then -- here comes the trees. Reporter: Pounding hail. All of this, just three days after the black, ferocious flood hijacked manitou springs. And in washington state, flooding stranded 65 hikers. This morning, they're safe. A fierce downpour had washed away their only road off the mountain. A temporary trail got them out alive. How much rain are we talking? Three-plus inches right there in that red zone. And all the way through the mid-atlantic, southeast, raleigh included. Here in new york city, we could see it already, south and west of philadelphia. Three inches. Right outside, too. Thanks. We'll get to the other top
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