The latest path of the severe weather outbreak in the South

Chief meteorologist Ginger Zee is tracking the forecast for more flooding and severe weather after flash flood emergencies and tornadoes swept through the South.
0:53 | 05/18/21

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about that tracking the severe weather this morning for us. Where it's headed next. Good morning, ginger. Reporter: Good morning. Flash flood emergency still on the map. Close to Baton Rouge, warnings including New Orleans and a watch from Lawton, Oklahoma, to Morgan city, Louisiana. Even parts of Mississippi. In the green and get a warning, don't drive. That's how you survive these type of storms because people get injured and killed when they get in the car. Take a look at this too. We saw at least 20 reported tornadoes in the last 24 hours. This one shows you the vortices, you can see those. At one point it was throwing debris, large, dangerous. Thankfully we haven't seen a lot from the injuries there, that was sterling, Texas. Want to share today we could see more tornado, not only just all that rain, three to five inches but the tornadoes and damaging wind anywhere from San Antonio up to Dallas. Robin. Hope everybody stays safe. Thank you. Michael. Thank you, robin.

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