Transcript for Flash floods cause damage across the country
severe weather overnight. Flash floods across the south and the northeast and now the midwest is on alert for those storms and ginger is here tracking it all. Good morning, ginger. Good morning. So many areas we have to hit this morning. Very heavy rain falling in southern Nevada north of las Vegas. Unfortunately, I think we'll see more water rescues and more images like this than we have in the past 24 hours. Monsoon rains triggering flash flooding again in Arizona. This was the scene in apache junction, cars stranded, roads erased. More than two inches of rain falling in just an hour. And now new video from Arizona where 17 hikers were swept away. A human chain strainers lifting children out of the water. In Birmingham, Alabama, at least ten drivers had to be rescued after storm drains were overwhelmed by all the rain. In Mississippi, the radar estimating eight inches of rain washing out roads. Near Philadelphia, winds ripping power lines, sparking fires. An amusement park in eastern Pennsylvania under feet of water and this is what it looked like in Syracuse, New York. Powerful winds tearing the roof off this store. Water pouring over the merchandise. In Maryland, an ef-2 tornado with winds reaching 125 miles per hour shredding this building Monday morning. So this is not what we need, more severe storms on the way for the areas so hard hit by flash flooding. You can see damaging winds, certainly hail from eastern South Dakota to Minnesota and starts to move east into that area around the Chicago, north suburbs, fox river. You can see southern Wisconsin, eastern Iowa, the quad cities all going to be an issue as we go through Wednesday and flash flood watch still up in the southwest. Robin and Michael and George. You keep an eye on that, ginger. Thank you.
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