Extreme Weather: Flash Floods

Wicked weather turns streets into rivers, submerging cars in Wichita, Kansas.
2:11 | 08/04/13

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and dangerous rounds of flooding in the middle of the country. In wichita, kansas, streets turned to rivers, submerging cars. Swamping their engines. Abc meteorologist ginger zee picks up the story there. Reporter: Submerged on a sunday. More than seven inches of rain, filling backyards, enveloping cars in some parts of central kansas. These cars that were weaving around right now are cars that have been stalled here all night. Reporter: The seemingly never-ending rains closing road after road. Cars and people bobbing in the flooded streets near wichita. It's been a rough weekend, just east of the rockies. In northeast colorado, sheets of rain blurring the neighborhood. Relentless hail coating the roads. One hailstone almost three inches wild. A reported tornado causing a truck to flip, a roof to rip. And look at those mounds of white. That is hail, plowable hail in windsor, colorado. They could have used the plows in montana. Golf ball-sized hail bombarding the highway. And now, as the kansas flooding fades, they say it's a setback with a silver lining. Always get frustrated when this happens, yeah, you always get frustrated. We needed the rain, though. Ginger, at least some people are welcoming this rain. Reporter: Some folks. But the western side of kansas is really who could use it and unfortunately, as we go through the next 24 hours, let me show you, byron, that's not who is going to get it. East of wichita, parts of missouri, you see little rock, just south of the bulk of it. That's two-plus inches in the red. Let's talk about the temperature. I know on the east coast, it feels like it's fall already. Yeah, and that's going to stick around for the first part of the week. Let me show you the big difference in the forecast. Because in the south, dallas, FOR EXAMPLE, HAVING 100s FOR Their longest stretch yet this summer, should be above average all the way through the end of the week. That goes all the way back into parts of oregon and washington, but yes, minneapolis, chicago, new york city, up into new ENGLAND, 60s AND ONLY 70s, Feeling like october. Right. That's football weather. Ginger zee, thank you so much.

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