Transcript for Barry remnants dump more rain, heatwave forms
Thank you. We'll turn to that slow-moving storm, Barry, causing problems as it heads north and also watching extreme heat on the way from the plains to the midwest to the east ginger is tracking it all. Good morning, ginger. Good morning, Amy. A lot to cover this morning. We begin with pictures out of Louisiana. Now we know that there's been almost two feet of rain that has fallen, more than 23 inches. You can see the result, just neighborhoods fully underwater. That's with the tail of this system. Barry still moving north. The center now up in Missouri and you can see the tail with a flash flood emergency. Nashville, Arkansas, has had eight inches already. Highways are covered in water this morning and we have flash flood warnings all the way up and watches up to Illinois and even paducah, Kentucky. Keep an eye on the water there in the middle of the country but watch this. The jet stream is high and that's going to allow heat to build anywhere from Los Angeles where it's very hot to Chicago where you could see your hottest stretch of 100 plus in seven years. Look at the feels like. 106 on Thursday. Kalamazoo, Michigan, 100. 100, Birmingham, Washington, D.C. Could see the hottest stretch they've had in three years and we'll keep it. Through Saturday is when the core of this heat settles in, Philadelphia, 106, New York City, on Saturday could feel like 109 degrees. This after the blackout of last weekend, con Ed is worried that this will be affecting a lot of people's air and electricity so please take it down a degree or two, guys. Will do. Thank you. Now to that massive fire
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