Patricia Remnants Bring Flood Threat to Midwest, Northeast

Texas Weather
AP

Remnants of Hurricane Patricia have strengthened storms that have already hit the Gulf Coast, and now torrential rain and possible floods could hit the Midwest to the Northeast beginning Tuesday, NBC News reported.

The Weather Channel said it expects between one and two inches of rain from the Tennessee Valley into the Ohio Valley and lower Great Lakes.

Lighter rain is still expected in parts of the South, Mid-Atlantic and Mississippi Valley, according to National Weather Service predictions.

Parts of Louisiana were under water Monday after heavy thunderstorms moved into the Gulf Coast after hitting Texas over the weekend.

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