Flooding sparks rescues, evacuations for seniors

Up to 5 inches of rain slammed parts of Arkansas, Kentucky and Tennessee.
0:45 | 03/01/21

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Back now to our top story the extreme weather hitting millions of Americans let's take a look now in your Monday forecast. The storm system that drops so much rain on Kentucky and Tennessee is moving to the south and the east today. That means rain this morning from Texas across the deep south some areas will see powerful winds hail and a possible tornado. Flood warnings and watches run through midday for already saturated areas parts of Kentucky and Tennessee could see three more inches of rain today. Checking temperatures high temperatures Memphis gets to 51 high 50s in the Pacific northwest and below freezing in the upper midwest.

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