Tropical Storm Isaias continues on US path

ABC News’ Ginger Zee tracks the path of the storm as it moves up the eastern coastline of the United States.
0:52 | 08/03/20

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Eva, thank you so much. Let's turn to ginger who has been tracking where the threat is heading next. Ginger, good morning. Reporter: Good morning, Amy. The center of it will make its way to the South Carolina, north Carolina state line. It should become a hurricane later tonight. It should make landfall between Myrtle Beach and Wilmington, North Carolina. Tuesday it moves through the midatlantic as far as Philadelphia, Baltimore, new York City will feel the impacts Tuesday. Coastal flooding and storm surge. One to five feet. If you missed anything I said, tropical rain, flash flooding in the essence of two to six inches. We could see inland flood events be more impactful. We're keeping an eye on this and will be tracking it through mid We're going to keep everybody

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