Transcript for Snow, heavy rain as storm system moves east
And next tonight, the storm system sweeping across the east. Snow and heavy rain in the north as we're on the air tonight. And a new flood threat down into the south, where there is already a state of emergency in places. Heavy snow and a treacherous drive to the airport, this is Rochester, New York, today. New flash flood watches from Mississippi to Georgia tonight. Several rivers at risk of flooding. Tonight, the front stretching from the gulch all the way up into the northeast. So, let's get right to meteorologist rob Marciano, tracking it again tonight. Hey, rob. Reporter: Hi, David. You said it right. This system is stretching out. Unfortunately, the southern part of this front is slowing down and that's where we've seen the flash flood watches expanded for much of the southeast. There you see it on the radar. Not just for that rainfall tonight, but for the rain that's going to come tomorrow and into Thursday, as you can see the front sags across the gulf of Mexico and a wave develops. This, while the next batch of arctic air drops into the midwest. Temperatures will feel like below zero, Minneapolis, Chicago and Des Moines on Thursday morning. The core of that cold gets here in the northeast on Friday. Rob Marciano with us tonight. Rob, thank you.
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