Dramatic Rescues: Tornadoes, Flash Floods and Drenching Rains

Severe weather puts a damper on Labor Day plans for much of the country.
1:46 | 08/29/14

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and the sliver of hope he discovered next week on "World news" with David Muir. And rains have been triggering flood rescues. It will be a soggy weekend for much of the country. Ginger zee has the details. Reporter: Hail hammering the cars in north Texas. More than an inch of rain falling near Lubbock, Texas Thursday, in less than an hour submerging cars. Obscuring intersections. This timelapse showcasing the train of rain shafts. And in eastern Nebraska, flooding over fields and yards. More than four inches of rain dousing central and southern Illinois. And in South Dakota, the lone tornado. A precursor to what could be an active severe weather weekend. The threat growing from the northern plains Saturday into a much larger area Sunday. From Wichita to Duluth, an early warning going into this holiday weekend. And what a wild weather week we've had on both coasts. Especially the waves. We have to show these pictures again. This was from the wedge, there the waves come. That was frommarie, but heavy rains are a threat. The great Lakes, two to three inch inches. Gal vest on the, Texas, three inches. And labor day, the run moving across the east coast, too. Thank you so much.

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