Flash Flood Watch in Texas, Oklahoma

Rescues are underway after storms left neighborhoods under water.
0:52 | 05/14/15

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Transcript for Flash Flood Watch in Texas, Oklahoma
Back here at home now, and the southwest dealing with dangerous flash flooding after drenching rains. Flash flood watches in Texas and Oklahoma tonight. And this evening, the rescues already under way. Look, in Buffalo bayou, three people pulled from the flood waters. This neighborhood in corpus Christi under water. The mailman still making his rounds. And this car, no match for the rushing water. As tonight, new storms power up, meteorologist rob Marciano at the weather wall back in new York. Rob? Reporter: The ground already saturated, David, from all the rainfall they got this past week. In the past 24 hours, another eight to nine inches from corpus eight to ten inches from corpus Christi to Houston and that's why you're seeing all that flooding today. Tonight, San Antonio to Austin to Dallas, that's where the bulk of the heavier rain is. We'll get some drier weather behind this, but until then flash flood watches up tonight, for not only Texas, but up through Oklahoma. One day of dry weather and then we reset the stage on Friday for the threat of severe weather.

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