Flash Floods Endanger Residents Across Several States

ABC News' Ginger Zee tracks the latest weather news from around the country.
0:55 | 09/01/15

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Right to the extreme weather making it a steamy start to September. The east coast set to bake in above Normal 90-degree heat and in the southwest, more rain, powerful wind. Ginger zee covering it all. Good morning. Good morning. Strong monsoon storms taking trees down, putting them on top of cars and sounded like this in Phoenix. Oh, my god. Oh, my god. Up to an inch and a half of rain. There were water rescues and pockets of flash flooding and power outages, 65,000 in Phoenix to this in Brownsville, Texas, 4 to 6 inches of rain especially north of the city. A lot of the drains couldn't handle it and Charleston, south Carolina, had their fifth wettest day on record. Heat pushing on the east up into Minnesota, some places enduring 10 to 15-degree above average temperatures and stay through the midweek. George.

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