New storms build in the South

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the latest storms and temperatures across the country.
1:01 | 05/22/18

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First we'll begin with those flash floods across the country. Up to a foot of rain falling from Florida to the mid-atlantic over the past week. And now more rain is on the way. Ginger, of course, tracking the system for us. Good morning, ginger. Good morning. We want to start in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where flash flooding and two inches caused five rescues. One person was killed after all of that water was falling and then we go to the east coast, the storm you were just talking about as we track it, Raleigh, North Carolina has had a saturated week. Broward county inundated because it's been seven to ten days of constant rain and now the national hurricane center is tracking this area south of Cuba for the 40% shot that this becomes something tropical. And I'll tell you whether it does or not there is a high pressure system parked in the atlantic that troughs the tropical moisture right into the gulf coast so for this holiday weekend, Miami, Orlando, all the way up to Atlanta, potential for four to a half foot of rain. All right. Thank you so much, ginger. I know a lot of people did not

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