TODAY | May 03, 2010
>> good morning, everybody. the rain is not over in parts of the south. over the weekend, at least 15 people died because of the weather, most of them in tennessee . the weather channel 's mike seidel is in nashville with more on this. how widespread is the flooding there already?
>> reporter: there's water just about everywhere, ann , especially in suburban areas here in tennessee . all-time two-day record setting rainfall of 2 1/2 inches of rain. the cumberland river filling up city blocks, expect ed to crest later today at 11 feet above flood stage , the highest they've seen in over 70 years. take you back to yesterday. this is the shot of the storm. have you ever seen a school house floating down an interstate? there's one, i-24, before falling apart. two major interstates shut down, thousands evacuated, many roads closed, washed out bridges also washing out. meanwhile today, ann , the tornado threat goes away and the sun is back out most of the week here in nashville .
>> thanks so much, mike seidel , this morning for your reporting.
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