Record rain prompts flash flood fears in South

ABC News' Steve Osunsami reports from Nashville, Tennessee, which has experienced its wettest February on record.
0:47 | 02/20/19

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Transcript for Record rain prompts flash flood fears in South
We'll get to that. Steve osunsami is in Nashville, Tennessee. Nashville has been getting drenched by rain all month long. Reporter: That's right, George. By the time this is all over Nashville could have its wettest February on record. Across the south today up to 3 inches of rain could fall in certain places, flash flood and river flood warnings up across several states but I want you to take a good look. This is a live picture of Reagan national airport which is leading the way in flight cancellations this morning. Reagan and Baltimore, a third of all flights at those airports are canceled. More than a thousand flights are canceled across the country, the airlines are offering travel waivers for those who can't travel today. Here in the south this rain is expected to continue through the weekend as another storm system moves in.

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