Transcript for Heavy rain, flooding and tornadoes strike the South
We are also matching a major winter storm threat looming tonight, from the south up into Michigan and then right across into the northeast. Heavy rain, flooding, tornadoes, snow and ice. Meteorologist rob Marciano tracking it all again tonight. Hey, rob. Reporter: Hi, David. This storm about to eject out of the rockies with some storm dynamics for all those hazards. For starters, let's look at the flood watches posted up from Vermont, nshg, all the way back through Texas. Winter storm watches from northern Oklahoma in through Michigan. And very concerned about the warm sector, severe storms. Dallas to Houston. That's a dangerous spot. Tornadoes, damaging winds. Memphis to New Orleans Saturday morning. Then pushing into Birmingham in the afternoon. There you see the flooding rains in the Hawaii river valley and the snow and ice from Tulsa all the way up through Milwaukee. And the rains and the ice getting into the northeast on Sunday. Could see a foot of snow in the cold sector. Rob, thank you. Overseas tonight, the royal mess.
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