Florida's east coast still in danger of storm surges, winds

ABC News' Ginger Zee reports east and central Florida residents are not safe from storm surges and high-speed wind gusts.
1:17 | 09/10/17

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Our coverage will continue all day long. I'm here with ginger zee. We just heard the coast guard is ready. They're ready to deploy as soon as they can. There's a lot of storm left. We're just started. We just had landfall at Cudjoe key. Within the our. It's transitioning to the more northerly path. It's still north, northwest. We have seen 3.7-foot storm surge in the cease. I anticipate that goes up considerably. 4.4 feet in Miami. Gusts well over 80 to 100 miles per hour. Live from channel 5 this is a newscenter 5 eyeopener update. We wanted to get you updated on some local news. Crews from Massachusetts are heading to Florida to aid in relief efforts. A vigil is it planned. The four victims died of lung force trauma. Keeping and I on Irma and our own forecast. Lots of sunshine, still a little cool. We will hold close to that 70

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