Storm to bring more heavy rain to the already flooded South

ABC News senior meteorologist Rob Marciano tracks the latest storm that slammed the South and continues to bring more rain as a deep freeze heads to the Midwest and Northeast.
0:50 | 02/19/20

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Transcript for Storm to bring more heavy rain to the already flooded South
The storm sweeping across the country bringing even more rain and flooding. With the deep freeze is headed to the mid west and north east rob Marciano is in for ginger has the latest what's good morning rob a good morning Robin that's us and stretched downturn in the snow across. Issues there on I 395 that moved over to Maine I 95 in pain. Typical commute there and when I 95 freezes over like that you know it's a bad situation of course funny continues in the south who sought Jackson Mississippi. This is Hardin County Tennessee where roads are clapping they have seen so much rain their most spots at least twice the normal not. It is the beginning of the year and here comes another back to kill a wave developing along the stationary front. And unfortunately Jackson you're gonna see more in the way of rain of river started slowly recede but obviously. All these rivers are strong can't take anymore than elements snow potentially during the day tomorrow and Charlotte and Raleigh we'll think that. Where you overlay.

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