Storm system stretches from Texas to Northeast

The massive storm is bringing rain to Washington, D.C., and New York and snow to New Hampshire.
0:56 | 02/11/20

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Transcript for Storm system stretches from Texas to Northeast
Return out of the mask storm system stretching from Texas all the way up into the northeast dangerous winds and heavy rains tonight. But treacherous drive Pickens lists of people lining rate that's interstate 55 that rain there. And a real concern a flash flooding right into the evening what's different chief meteorologist and teach tracking it all force again tonight a ginger. David Jackson Mississippi has had more than fifteen inches of rain since the beginning of the year that is 245%. They're normal. It's raining all the way up in the northeast along that stationary front. And we have super saturation coming at us this week to let's talk about the flash flood potential and the timing we take it from tonight with that risk of severe storms yet tonight. Into tomorrow where that storm really starts to develop their from Texas you see this now we ended at New Mexico. Two to four inches that could take down trees when that saturated and on the wind comes livid damaging wind tornado threat all on Wednesday in the area highlighted here in Nashville Birmingham Biloxi and mobile all included David. All right did you thanks.

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