Flash flood danger hits Southwest

ABC News Chief Meteorologist Ginger Zee tracks the latest severe storms and extreme weather happening around the country.
0:54 | 08/18/22

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WE WILL SEE WHAT HAPPENS. THANK YOU SO MUCH. ROBIN? >>> ALL RIGHT, GIO, AND NOW TO THE EXTREME WEATHER WITH FLASH FLOOD DANGERS IN THE SOUTHWEST, AND SEVERE STORMS IN TEXAS. GINGER IS TRACKING IT ALL FOR US. GOOD MORNING, GINGER. >> Reporter: ROBIN, GOOD MORNING. I WANT TO START YOU OUT WITH PICTURES FROM INTERSTATE 40. THIS IS IN NEW MEXICO. THEY HAD TO SHUT BOTH LANES DOWN FOR A TIME. THAT MONSOON IS ON, AND STILL GOING. JUST WEST OF TUCSON, 4 TO 5 INCHES OF RAY. WHEN YOU GET THAT MUCH RAIN THAT QUICKLY, LOOK AT FLAGSTAFF. 2 FEET OF WATER CAN EASILY MOVE AN SUV. DO NOT DRIVE INTO THAT. FORT WORTH, TEXAS, ALREADY AN INCH OF RAIN. THEY ARE SO DROUGHT-STRICKEN THAT IT IS GOING TO BE A PROBLEM. COMING UP IN THIS WEEKEND, YOU'RE GOING TO HAVE 5 TO 7-INCH TOTALS FROM EVERYWHERE FROM ORANGE, TEXAS UP TO SAY, SHREVEPORT. WE'RE KEEPING AN EYE ON ALL OF

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