Northeast braces for cold blast

Chief meteorologist Ginger Zee reports on the latest flooding in Kentucky and cold blast in the Northeast.
1:16 | 03/05/21

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Now to that severe weather on the move. The northeast bracing for a cold blast as tore representation flooding slams parts of Kentucky. Ginger zee is tracking it all. Good morning, ginger. Reporter: Hey, good morning. 20 cities in Kentucky alone declared a state of emergency because of the flooding. And look at this mess on one road in paintsville, Kentucky. Watch out. That was an ambulance -- oh. You could hear it there. The trees falling in. Ambulances falling in. They lost two dump trucks, pickup truck, lawn materials an an ambulance. That was just in a 500-foot stretch of road that fell in because of all the water that they've been having. Now we've got a week of water rescues that is coming to an end because this was still happening as of the last 48 hours. The rivers will be falling thankfully and we will start to see drying and better conditions going into the weekend especially in Kentucky. But when that happens you've got to have that big ridge out west and the big dip in the jet stream so this morning, windchills as low as 25 below and still advisories, Cecilia, up into new England. Feels like 9 this morning in Boston. Oh, 12, ginger, ouch. Thank you. We'll be back with you later.

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