Massive storm slams East Coast prompting urgent rescues

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the latest storm on the East Coast and follows where the threat will move next.
1:05 | 06/13/19

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Transcript for Massive storm slams East Coast prompting urgent rescues
We're going to that storm that's beating the east coast with rain. We're going to ginger there on the steps of the museum with the very latest. Good morning to you, ginger. Hey, good morning to all of you, you know philly is showing off looking good even in this torrential rain that we've been enduring and will for the next three to five hours. Let's take a look at the video coming out of Charleston, south Carolina. This moved up from the gulf really. This is 4 inches, a daily record for Charleston, flooding the streets there. We threw the lightning bolts on there just to showcase along that low pressure system from Delaware to Maryland you may be seeing lightning with this. The flood advisories -- open, there goes one of our lights actually. That's the gusts coming in. It's starting to get hairier here and will as it builds north. Robin, another shot of thunderstorms from Pennsylvania along the east coast. But for now, we'll head back to you. And I found out contact lenses and the rain do not mix.

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