Severe storms bring more floods from Plains to Midwest

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the latest storms that could produce more flash floods.
0:50 | 06/25/18

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Transcript for Severe storms bring more floods from Plains to Midwest
And those dry conditions are also fueling fires in Texas. At least ten fires there overnight forcing mandatory evacuations ginger of course tracking it all force morning ginger. At good morning Robin 43 large wildfires from Alaska where many of them are two New Mexico and yes these new pictures out of Sweetwater Texas that's Nolan county where ten fires alone. Burn overnight. And this is actually a cause of 105 degrees as a high temperature Natalie plus 43 mile per hour wind gusts and guess what it's not getting better with what the hottest temperatures this week on the map they happened to fall tomorrow afternoon to be close to 120 in Death Valley Fresno won all 3101 reading. And look at Abilene they'll be close to 100 against you take that plus the dry conditions. Knew the antithesis of what's happening in the middle of the country up to five inches of rain falling in Iowa severe storms and that forecast coming up in just a couple of moments but for now George back to you OK ginger.

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