Severe storms move east as flood emergencies rise in Carolinas

A dam breached at an energy plant in North Carolina as coal ash is possibly flowing into the Cape Fear River.
1:06 | 09/21/18

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Severe storms on the move from Ohio in the midwest and there are growing flood emergencies and Oklahoma and still in the Carolinas. A damn now reaching a full week now after hurricane Florence that dam is near a Duke Energy power plant in Wilmington. They are worried about coal ash possibly flowing into Cape Fear river will stay on that. And the other weather were watching tonight at least six reported tornadoes in southern Minnesota the airport and fair vote heavily damaged. That same system stretching now from Ohio all the way east in New York bureau this rob Marciano tracking it all for us hey rob. Hey David let's start where that fast moving front severe storms fire right now along at across you should Ohio. Searching all the way up through northern New York damaging straight line with the main threat with this will continue the next several hours and and I think we can after midnight as the front pushed across new York and Boston tomorrow morning. Big time flooding as you mentioned south of Oklahoma City towards Dallas Soviet tonight and he east along I thirty towards Little Rock tomorrow an additional sections of rain there. And in the Atlantic disturbances about watching one close to Bermuda that could drift towards US next week we're watching it. The next couple days here we are not in the clear yet clearly OK rob thank you.

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