'Son of Isaac' Drenches South While Two Hurricanes Brew in Atlantic

Sam Champion tracks the triple threat of storms threatening the South.
3:00 | 09/06/12

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world, tom cruise's alleged girlfriend before katie holmes. Who is she? Let's get to the hurricanes overnight. Sam is tracking them. And they're calling one the son of isaac. I saw that yesterday. And I had to snicker a little bit. Part of isaac is leaving the east coast. Another part is putting together in the gulf coast. Let's concentrate on the pulsating concerns in the atlantic. Michael, the biggest system so far, a cat 3, will likely stay in the atlantic. Leslie, that system will cruise by the u.S. Coastline. Closest, probably, by the time we get into tuesday. It will whip up rough surf and beach erosion. Then, there's this. The storm that could possibly be named nadine, if it can spin and get control of itself in the stronger waters. But all guides that it will wander across the panhandle of florida and maybe out into the atlantic. This time of year, we get the jet stream that pushes down and doesn't let a lot of storms spend time on the eastern seaboard. That's a big rainmaker in places of the country that just don't know more rain.

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