Severe Storms and Heavy Rain Moving Across the South

Mara Schiavocampo with the afternoon's top stories.
2:42 | 11/23/14

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Good afternoon I'm Morris give a crap what ABC news headquarters in New York with a digital report on the Sunday. The extreme weather moving in that could hit just in time just are a holiday travel as we head into Thanksgiving week. Severe storms moving to prop without these tonight with the greatest threat from the Florida Panhandle to the Outer Banks of North Carolina that heavy rains could lead to flash flooding. And were also watching the storm that will develop off the East Coast during the middle of the week as millions of Americans will be getting ready to travel. This storm could serve up of real wintry mess up rain snow and gusty winds. And Buffalo, New York today that big warmup melting all that snow from this week and concerns over possible flooding. And they are sizing up the damage from that storm that caused nearly thirty roofs to collapse. There is still so much now with the football stadium they are the Buffalo Bills we'll have to play what was supposed to be a home game in Detroit. Turning out to Ferguson where the town of Missouri is on edge today is a grand jury in the Michael Brown shooting Kate is expected to resume its work tomorrow. Overnight Michael Brown's mother attending a special march on the street where her son was killed calling for peace and justice. Meanwhile authorities have put up barricades outside of Saint Louis county justice center where the grand jury is deliberating whether or not to indict officer Darren Wilson. For the shooting of brown back in August. And a former Washington DC mayor Marion Barry has died the four term mayor and current DC council member died at a DC hospital Saturday night. In 1990 ads mayor Barry went to prison on cocaine charges. He was caught on video smoking crack. And then staged an astounding political comeback by being elected mayor again four years later very with seventy years old. Now to the huge fallout over a Rolling Stone article the University of Virginia the spending all fraternity activities for the rest of the semester. Bit after a student told Rolling Stone about her alleged rape. By a group of men at one of the fraternities in 2012. University says it's reviewing its policies regarding sexual assaults. Well ABC news is monitoring developments around the clock to get updates on the top stories start them on the ABC news phone apps. Affiliate bagel have a complete wrap up on. Later on world news tonight for now I'm are skip a couple of New York have a great day.

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