Transcript for Deadly floods, mudslides as storms move across the country
We turn to the severe weather on the move this morning. Flash flooding turning deadly in the midwest and now the system is heading east, bringing dangerous driving, thunderstorms and high winds. Millions are N in the path and ginger was saying the duration could be a major factor. A stationary front that's what it mean, doesn't bunch much all riding along that and what it means for us from Friday we've had up to 10 inches of rain. Severe storms and deadly flash flooding from the Ohio valley to the mid-atlantic. A mudslide damming that this home trapping a 90-year-old woman inside. Hey! Reporter: Firefighters working for more than four hours to unpin her. Half the mountain came off. This distillery dlapsed in the winds up to 60 miles per hour destroying more than 4,000 barrels of bourbon. The rushing floodwaters turned deadly. And this jeep overwhelmed after trying to cross a bridge. Firefighters rescued a mother and two children from the raging current but their father did not survive. In Illinois workers discovering the body of a woman missing since being stwept away Sunday night and in Ohio water riding in the streets where boats were used to pull people from their flooded homes. The storm stretching all the way to Arlington, Virginia, dropping 2 to 3 inches of rain and high wins bringing trees crashing into a restaurant patio in Atlanta. I'm surprised no one got you can see that who will be impacted. A lot of tropical moisture rides up along it. From southern Illinois to southern Kentucky, West Virginia all the way to New Jersey wire's under flood watch. It's not just flooding because, yes, you could see a couple of inches of rain that fell. Look at that. Tornado and hail threat in the plains from Oklahoma down through Texas. So much to keep an eye on. No you to the investigation
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