Millions are cleaning up and assessing the damage after some of the worst flooding in a generation.
About two trillion gallons of rain fell up and down the east coast.
Cars can be seen floating.
Pensacola, Florida was the hardest hit, with 15 inches of rain in 24 hours submerging entire neighborhoods.
Our Alina Machado is in Pensacola, where she spoke to a man who describes how he survived the historic flooding.
Deadly floods have washed out roads and bridges, and trapped hundreds of homeowners.
The torrential rains cause a landslide in Baltimore just a short time ago, where a road collapsed and destroyed several cars.
No injuries were reported but all homes in the area have been evacuated.
Less than 24 hours after deadly tornadoes swept through the southeast claiming at least 36 lives, the same storm system is causing the worst flooding in a generation.
In Pensacola, Florida, nearly 18 inches of rain fell in just 24 hours.
CNN's Ed Lavandera is Outfront in Pensacola with the latest.
Deadly tornadoes have left a path of death and destruction for miles in the south.
Our Ed Lavandera is in Mayflower, Arkansas where he caught up with a storm chaser who came dangerously close to it all.
He tells us why his experience on Sunday will be his last.