Transcript for New Storms Could Mean More Rain for US Flood Zones
Back here at home we're keeping our eyes on a big storm that could add more wet misery to the water logged flood zones of america. Ginger zee is tracking how big and when. Reporter: Soaked again in the southeast. A stationary front dropping relentless rain from alabama to the carolis. We're watching a tropical low pressure system. One paths has it heading towards the florida panhandle, an area prone to tropical flooding. Charleston, south carolina was soaked wednesday. Cars stalling, people pushing and treading through the overflowing streets after up to six inches of rain. In columbus, georgia, a playground drowned. So many of you tweeting me, sick of it. She's not far off. This summer has been exceptionally wet. Alabama, georgia, virginia and the carolinas had one of their top five wettest on record. Florida had their number one wettest. When soil is already full of water and you get heavy rains on top of it, it comes to the surface more quickly causing chaos. The national hurricane center is giving the tropical low over the uke tan about a 50 percent shot of becoming a tropical cyclone. Either way the next weekend in the southeast is going to be a mess. Look at this. This is how much rain is going to fall. Anywhere from five to ten inches in that deep green area, three to five in other parts of floridand georgia. One more storm we're keeping on eye on far out in the atlantic ocean, tropical storm erin. It's still far away but this time heating up, we're watching it. All that rain for those water logged areas.
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