Heavy Rains in South Could Trigger Flooding

ABC News meteorologist Ginger Zee reports the latest weather news.
1:07 | 03/09/15

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some time. Getting started with the flooding fears. Heavy rains expected in the south that could trigger flash flooding and warping temperatures melting the snow all around the country. Ginger is back and tracking it all. So many people in the northeast and new England feeling like this. This is along the cape. You see the person standing right here and then the ice and 50s and it's going to warm up and what does that mean? Kentucky, you can see the video, louisvil Louisville, the warmer temperatures and snowfall. You see along this map, Friday more than 50% of our nation was covered in snow. Now we have cut that in half already by this morning. So, yes, there are potential flood fears from the mid south on but the moisture pulling up in Texas from the pacific. This is separate triggering flash flood watches from Austin and Houston and two to four inches. Some places could see six plus in the deep south to Nashville. A lot of fallen snow over the weekend. Let's move to politics. Lots of moves the next race for president with Hillary

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