Storms Hit Florida, Texas

The Vero Beach, Fla., area received almost a foot of rain.
1:35 | 05/18/16

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that severe weather overnight. Record rain in Florida leading to major flooding and funnel clouds spotted in the south. Now unfortunately more severe weather on the way and rob is here with the latest on all of it. Rob, good morning. Good morning. We're in a stubborn pattern. This front stalled across the gulf of Mexico. This time of year enhances and ramps up the rain, the past 24 hours it did just that. From Texas to Florida, the south gearing up for another day of wild weather. Almost a foot of rain falling in Vero Beach, Florida. An all-time record. This funnel cloud threatening -- Close to a train coming through. Reporter: While this golf course transformed into a swamp. Huge hail coming down in Texas with the force of major league fastballs cracking this storm chaser's windshield. Days of heavy rain stranding drivers. In San Antonio, interstate 35 closed in both directions. The area bracing for more rain today. Another impulse right along this stalled stationary boundary north of San Antonio, this guy will come across the Rio grande and start to enhance the rainfall overnight in through tomorrow and we now have a flash flood watch that's posted for parts of the central east coast of Florida. So saturated with nearly a foot and the next five days rainfall pretty heavy right up in through D.C., could see 2 to 4 inches of additional rainfall. A wet pattern. No let-up at all.

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