Severe Weather Batters the Midwest

More than a dozen tornadoes have been reported and heavy rain continues to cause flooding
1:58 | 06/30/14

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The pictures are unbelievable. Now to the pictures of the weekend weather. That's right. Nearly a dozen reported tornados in the midwest and the flooding. We have ginger zee with the latest. Dozens. And combing across the midwest, hail, damaging wind, even tornados. But this morning, it's the pictures out of eastern Iowa, the flash flooding grabbing our attention. Overnight, eastern Iowa submerged. Multiple water rescues, crews pulling people from their homes. More than 6 inches of rain falling in just 90 minutes. Almost a dozen reported tornados raking across the midwest Sunday. That's definitely a tail dropping. Reporter: Ominous storms from Kansas -- It's down! Reporter: To Iowa, funnel clouds do thing the skies. And look at the surveillance video, an ef-1 tornado ripping through a Wisconsin parking lot, winds of almost 90 miles an hour. Flash flooding dominating the midwest. And in Arkansas, cars driving through overflowing roads. And in Brinkley, floods overtaking homes, 10 inches of rain falling in just 24 mourps and even Memphis, Tennessee, intense downpours temporarily swallowing cars. It's not over, happening again today, elevated risk for Iowa andmy. Up to Detroit, you could see damaging wind, isolated tornado and large hail. Later this afternoon and evening as they do this time of year. But on the map, it means something. And this to the people of Florida, Georgia and the Carolinas. We're watching an area of scattered thunderstorms that by midweek and beyond could become our first tropical discretion off the east coast. This could eventually affect the holiday weekend weather. We will be watching. It's Monday, and ginger's the busiest person here at "Gma." And now to the developing headline this morning, the two Americans facing trial in north

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