Severe storm threat in Midwest as monsoon rains drench Southwest

Flooding forced about 200 tourists to be evacuated from the Havasu Falls area of the Grand Canyon.
0:53 | 07/13/18

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Transcript for Severe storm threat in Midwest as monsoon rains drench Southwest
Extreme weather were watching just as we start the weekend a severe storm threat in the upper midwest monsoon rains in the southwest and now the keys. But the flooding forcing some 200 tours to be evacuated from the papacy falls area for the random and part of the rope walk out your current star areas in Beaver County Utah and as I mentioned for much of the country now this weekend. Well now bring extreme heat let's get right to senior meteorologist from our cities live right there need to GW bridge here in New York hey rob. Hi David we're looking at mid to late flights are peak time for heat. We're certainly seen and the central and northwestern US that he dumb now center right over Kentucky. And feeding storms as of that monsoon in the southwest which isn't bulls when we've got. Some flood warnings out around Palm Springs around Las Vegas tonight humidity bills and its central US were triple digit heat indices Dallas more rock Memphis Saint Louis. And these landlocked lots of locations. No escaping the heat tomorrow. David rob Marciano thanks.

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