Flash floods and severe weather stretch from Plains to Northeast

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the latest weather including heavy rain, wind and flooding.
0:53 | 06/19/19

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Transcript for Flash floods and severe weather stretch from Plains to Northeast
We turn to the severe weather. The dangerous driving stretching this morning from the plains to the northeast. Heavy rain, damaging winds and flooding and even possible tornadoes. Ginger is here tracking it all. Good morning. Yes, we have it all and state of emergency in west Lafayette, Ohio. Looking at pictures from Clinton, Ohio, where there are evacuations. This morning, evacuations are ongoing in towns in Ohio thanks to training thunderstorms. Wichita, Kansas, also picked up close to 6 to 9 inches southeast of them. Flash flooding a big deal all across the stationary front barely moving. Dayton, Ohio, all the way to new Jersey and Pennsylvania, more flooding today then the tornado part of it. Kinsly, Kansas, one of three reported tornadoes. A quick look at who has to watch for those. Dallas, northeast Texas there through Arkansas and southern Indiana, Michael. Thank you, ginger. Overnight reports of prince

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