Hurricane Patricia Remnants Cause Flooding

Southern cities battle heavy rains from the once-Category 5 storm.
0:55 | 10/27/15

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We begin with that storm taking aim at the northeast. The remains of hurricane Patricia not finished making life miserable for millions of Americans. Dumping flooding rain from Texas into the Florida panhandle and now moving north and ginger, of course, is following all that for us. I'll start us off in east Baton Rouge where the sheriff's office took these photos. Students got caught up. They put them on a truck and couldn't get the truck through the flash flooding so had to rescue them off there. Thankfully everybody okay but a lot of this fueled from the recommemnants of Patricia. Mississippi, Alabama. This morning mostly west Florida up to southern Indiana and Ohio where the storm is but will move quickly into Pennsylvania, new York, Washington, D.C. Will get it by tomorrow morning and out of here but it drops up to 3 inches of rain especially in some of the higher elevations.

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