40 million people on severe weather alert across the nation

Parts of Texas are getting a month’s worth of rain in a single day.
0:46 | 05/02/21

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And backs here at home severe weather is targeting parts of the country over the next few days forty million people on alert through Tuesday. Parts of Texas getting a month's worth of rain in one day this is Sweeney in southeast Texas homes and cars their flooded. ABC's senior meteorologist rob Marciano joins us now rob tickets in the forecast. Let's we had a couple areas of rough weather across US right now in the south ended high plains Dan reporting a 62 mile an hour when guests. And now a tornado watch just posted for Mississippi in part develop batteries sit on the radar scope that areas getting more active in the southeast and tornadoes will be possible tonight the impulse appointed Deborah that's gonna take hold tomorrow Saint Louis global Little Rock you'll be under the gunmen on Tuesday gets in the same areas that are getting hit tonight. Lindsay romped thank you.

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