Flooding, Thunderstorms and High Temperatures

Red flag warnings from California to Montana, with streets turned into rivers in parts of Colorado and Michigan.
1:06 | 08/11/15

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We turn to the extreme weather we're following here tonight. Heat advise Ory and warnings in several states. Streets turned into rivers in parts of Colorado. In Illinois, listen to this. Quite a crack of lightning. In LAN sang, Michigan, semitrucks plowing through blood waters. Ginger zee has the live radar. Reporter: The same system that did that in central Michigan is moving to the northeast and mid-atlantic. Tonight is the start of it. Tomorrow morning we stop the clock along that warm front in New York City. A flash flood watch in effect for one to two inches of fast-moving rain. It will be out of here by the afternoon and evening. South Carolina and north Carolina may even see some marginal severe storms. The heat advisories from Texas to Mississippi all the way to Alabama. Jackson, Mississippi for example has been 95-plus degrees for 29 days. They should break a record tomorrow. A quick look at the red flag warnings anywhere from northern California to Montana. Ginger zee with us tonight, women's see you in the morning on "Gma."

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