Transcript for Tropical Storm Isaias could near the US East Coast by this weekend
not bad enough the coronavirus emergency is now colliding with hurricane season. A tropical storm moving quickly through the caribbean already impacting Puerto Rico and putting the east coast on high alert. Rob is tracking the latest for us. He's there in Miami for us this morning. Good morning, rob. Reporter: Good morning, Isaias, the "I" storm, earliest "I" storm on record. Puerto Rico is getting the worst of it with 60-mile-per-hour winds. Here's what it looked like just a few hours ago and just the island getting whipped and this thing is moving quickly. It's about 120 miles southeast of Santa dough men go and those mountains are 10,000 feet high. What it does after that is really anybody's guess but right now tropical storm force wins extend 400 miles out. Big system. Looking at Friday through the Turks and caicos, Saturday, somewhere around south Florida, Sunday, north Florida, maybe the east coast with 80-degree temperatures there, water temperatures, could be a hurricane but this is going to change. Beautiful shot here from our live drone in south beach. A gorgeous morning but I think it's going to be a different scene here come this weekend. Even have a couple of meditators out here on south beach. Not a bad way to start the day. Over to you. Now to supreme court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg back in the
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