As we kick off this memorial day weekend, tens of millions Americans hitting the road and the beach. Rockaway beach in New York City but in the south central U.S., a very different look. You're... See More
As we kick off this memorial day weekend, tens of millions Americans hitting the road and the beach. Rockaway beach in New York City but in the south central U.S., a very different look. You're looking at drone video of a lake overflowing its bank. We got a map this morning. We're looking at severe weather for the next few days, promising to bring flash flooding, hail, maybe even tornadoes in some spots. Rob will have your forecast in just a minute. Buts first, let's go to Philip Mena in Wichita falls, Texas. Good morning. Reporter: Dan, good morning. Just yesterday, this was thing access road to a highway and today it's part of the Wichita river and with more rain expected this weekend, this could cause flooding like this all over the country. In Missouri, this massive sink hole opening up in the middle of a golf course after rounds of flooding rains, the hole a stunning 80 feet wide, 35 feet deep. You can see some of the tension cracks out there, probably those walls will cave. Reporter: The area in the bull's-eye again today. Record rain throughout Texas and Oklahoma wreaking havoc this memorial day weekend. In rain-starved Wichita falls, residents now seeing more rain than they can handle. We have been praying for rain. Reporter: Nearly 14 inches have fallen there already this month, making it the wettest on record. Drivers in Corpus Christi forging through flooded streets, this van didn't make it. I just assumed it wasn't that deep. Reporter: In lake worth outside of Dallas, many holiday plans now canceled after this popular lake flooded. North of Houston, buildings becoming islands. I don't know if it's going to come in a tidal wave or kind of roam in, I tonight know. I don't know. I guess we're going to buckle down together and play it by ear. Reporter: With the expected rainfall in the region over the next few days it could crest up to 25 feet, Paula. They're bracing. Er the worst, Philip, thank you the threat is expected to last through the holiday weekend. Rob, quite a contrast to conditions a few weeks ago. They're in this flood emergency situation now. Wichita river, already the month, the wettest month on record. Another four, five, six inches more of rain. The flash flood watch for the nearly entire stretch of Oklahoma. We could see from Houston up to Dallas, four-plus inches of rainfall on top of what they have already seen. We'll talk more about this throughout the hour. Dan sf. Another busy weather weekend for you, rob. We're going to move on now
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