Thunderstorms on Saturday flooded roads in New York, dropped more than an inch of rain in 30 minutes in Tennessee and again moved into West Texas, unleashing hail near Wickett and flooding some streets in Abilene, the National Weather Service said.
Showers and thunderstorms also were scattered across parts of Kansas, Oklahoma and the southern Rockies, and rain fell across the lower Mississippi, western Great Lakes, southern Ohio Valley, central Appalachians, Florida and along the mid-Atlantic and Gulf coasts.
A severe thunderstorm watch was posted for Oklahoma, where more than 6 1/2 inches of rain soaked Roosevelt overnight. Hobart, Okla., received nearly four inches of rain; Abilene, Tex., had three inches, and Wichita Falls, Tex., received more than two inches.
Storm watches were also posted for parts of New York state, Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Flash Flood Watch
A flash flood watch was issued for small streams below 8,000 feet in Colorado's Larimer County.
A downpour flooded Route 28 between Kingston and West Hurley, N.Y., while thunderstorms dumped two inches of rain in an hour near Front Royal, Va., and more than an inch in 30 minutes at Crossville, Tenn.