Transcript for Tropical Storm Humberto strengthens overnight off Bahamian coast
First though we want to start with the developing store. Tropical storm Humberto strengthening overnight and nearing the Bahamas right now. This is the last thing that people there need right now. The island still reeling from hurricane Dorian and now bracing for strong wind gusts and heavy rain. So let's go right over to rob who is tracking the impact on the Bahamas and also looking at what the storm could bring to the U.S. Rob, good morning to you. Good morning. You have aid workers and people struggling with shelter over the Bahamas and this is dangerously close to where all that is going down. The national hurricane center baptizing tropical depression nine to be Humberto with 40-mile-an-hour winds right now centered about 70 miles east of great abaco island. The fact it's east, though, is the good news. You can see a lot of the action is on the eastern fringe which means that's where most of the heavy weather will be and these are computer models are in disarray and a number of storms before this. Fairly good agreement with where it is going which is not towards the U.S. Should scoot out to seas a cold front picks its way up. Show you some of the impacts. 30, 40-mile-per-hour winds across the Bahamas during the day today and some heavy rain showers as well and some of this will get over towards Florida and maybe in the Carolinas but generally speaking a low impact, the tropical storm watches have been dropped for Florida but could see a couple of inches of rain out of this.
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