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Morning Express with Robin Meade

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Piano man plays in flooded out home

Piano man plays in flooded out home

One Colorado man who lost almost everything in those massive floods last week is embracing what he's got left.

A video of Mark Changaris playing his muddy piano is going viral.

Widespread flooding throughout Central Tennessee

Floods force hundreds from homes in Tennessee

Rescuers in Nashville carried people on their backs to get them out of the water.

Some areas got close to 7 inches of rain in just a few hours.

Railroad bridge on the Big Piney River, Devils Elbow, MO

Dozens rescued in Missouri flooding

Some towns in Missouri look like islands right now because of severe flooding.

And they could see even more rain this weekend.

DuBois, Pennsylvania flooding

'Nightmare' flood closes all roads to PA town

A nightmare flood has essentially shut-down the entire town of DuBois, Pennsylvania. Some areas were hit with five-feet of water.

People in about 30 homes had to be rescued.

San Antonio flooding -- San Pedro Road bridge looking South

Deadly deluge soaks San Antonio

The San Antonio, Texas, area got nine inches of rain in just seven hours over the weekend.

Firefighters tried to get a woman out of a car, but the car was washed away by floodwaters. Authorities say the woman is feared dead. Authorities also say an 18-year-old drowned as he tried to cross a swollen creek.

16 states under a flood warning/advisory

16 states under a flood warning/advisory

HLN meteorologist Bob Van Dillen says warm temps and snow melt are causing big problems along the Red River in Fargo, North Dakota.  The high water could continue for days.

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Octavio Castillo paddles a boat down a flooded street to reach the home of his cousin in Des Plaines, Illinois.

No relief for flooded folks in Midwest

Millions of people across the Midwest who are dealing with major flooding cannot get a break.

Water has been pouring into some areas since Sunday, and HLN meteorologist Bob Van Dillen says more rain and snow are on the way.

An historic McDonald's restaurant is surrounded by floodwater April 19, 2013 in Des Plaines, Illinois. The restaurant is located on the site of the first McDonald's franchise opened by founder Ray Kroc on April 15, 1955. The suburban Chicago town is battling rising floodwater from the Des Plaines River

Heavy rain, flash floods swamp Midwest

Six states were hit with flash flooding over the weekend. 

So far the high water has been blamed for at least three deaths, and more rain is in the forecast. 

Wet winter storm could lead to flooding

Wet winter storm could lead to flooding

Yesterday’s storm was a dud for DC as temps refused to get cold enough for all the slushy snow to accumulate to much. Although 2,200 flights canceled tell a different tale and another pretty ugly day is shaping up for travel again.

The biggest problem may not necessarily be the snow (although 1 to 3 inches of slushy stuff could fall in NYC and Boston) but the gusty winds and the potential for coastal flooding and beach erosion. The winds alone could gust over 40 mph in the aforementioned cities.

Hundreds of people in Louisiana have been evacuated as widespread flooding threatens lives and homes in the state. Gov. Bobby Jindal declared a state of emergency after thunderstorms drenched the state with as much as a foot of rain this week.

Louisiana flooding forces hundreds to evacuate

Severe weather is forcing hundreds of people from their homes in Louisiana this morning. People in some areas have been drenched with more than a foot of rain this week.

The storms brought widespread flooding, prompting Gov. Bobby Jindal to declare a state of emergency.

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