New rounds of storms cross the East

As the East braces for rain and high wind gusts, the Southwest braces for near-record heat.
1:05 | 05/05/18

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Next to the new round of storms crossing the east, from the gulf to new England after days of severe weather. In Albany, New York, rain and wind gusts knocking down trees and leaving 60,000 customers in the dark. And the rain in Kentucky making this the wettest Kentucky derby on record. Tonight, the rain coming down on the I-95 corridor as well as the southwest braces for near-record heat. 2 1/2 inches of rain at Churchill downs. Soggy, muddy track the whole thing. Let's show you where the rain goes. Watch it leave Louisville and zip toward the eastern seaboard. From mid-atlantic to new England. Some of these scattered showers will remain offshore. Some of them will mess up some of your Sunday in scattered form. Two things I want to show you. On the national temperature map on Sunday afternoon, the northeast, those temperatures are two days' cooler than Normal. Back into the 60s. Then, look at the southwest, these numbers are going to be kind of the warmest numbers of the year so far. They kind of threaten the records there. We have an extreme heat warning out already, 106 degrees. Also tonight, former George H.W. Bush spending a week at

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