Transcript for New tropical threat for Gulf Coast
First we begin with the new tropical threat for the gulf coast. Another system forming, the 22nd so far this year. And ginger is back from the storm zone starting us off with the very latest. Good morning, ginger. Michael, I honestly don't think the cap of my hat is dry yet from Sally and I won't be here very long, unfortunately. It looks like we have another storm we've got in the gulf so Sally moving out but tropical depression 22 should later today become Wilfred. The last in the alphabet we use. The next would be Greek alphabet and I want you to pay attention to the bubble around the track, right, anywhere from, yes, Cameron, Louisiana, that was so impacted by Laura to Houston and the ship channel there, galveston down to Corpus Christi and Brownsville. There is a lot of uncertainty this is going to have to be fine-tuned through the weekend. We have time to prepare. We do have time for this forecast to come together but I can promise you that a lot of rain is possible no matter what this becomes and where it goes right along the southeast coast including Houston five to ten inches right now expected. And, whit, remember, Sally still causing problems killed two people in Georgia. North Carolina trees were down too. Still plenty of time left in the hurricane season, ginger, thank you.
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