Transcript for Flash Floods Hit the Northeast
That flash flood alert in the northeast, flooding already in Pennsylvania and it's now causing a messy commute for millions. You see that rescue right there. Ginger is in a rainy times square with the latest. George, we are part of that millions. The dangerous flash flooding happening right now. Video from Brooklyn just an hour or so ago just happening at this moment. Don't drive into water. Don't do what these folks are doing. It is dangerous anywhere from Colorado to Maine this morning. Overnight, ferocious winds and rain stretching from midwest to northeast. In Kansas, winds gusting to 85 miles per hour. Poor visibility forcing drivers to pull over and wait it out. Rain sweeping into Chicago almost two inches falling in just one hour. Trees peeling from the ground and in Chester, Pennsylvania, firefighters rescuing two people from their flooded car. But in Ohio, it was two firefighters in a rescue boat that flipped in the turbulent water. Water is always moving. It's not like a fire that you can put out. Reporter: In Colorado, drivers pelted by golf ball-size hail. So much hail in Colorado Springs, it was plowable. So it's been this rain falling fast, 1 to 2 inches in an hour and who has to look out, flash flood watches from Delaware and Maryland up through coastal Massachusetts and here's how the storm is going to move out by this afternoon. You finally see drying until tomorrow night when we get another round of it. A quick look at what's happening and the severe weather coming up in just a couple of minutes then out to the park so we'll head back in right now to you, George. That is a huge umbrella. Gigantic, right? Huge. Glad you have it. Thank you. Now to growing concern over the zika virus.
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