Transcript for Tropical Depressions Threaten East, Gulf Coasts
First those two tropical depressions brewing in the atlantic threatening rough weather up and down the east coast. Two hurricanes could be heading for Hawaii as many families enjoy their last week of summer vacation. It is td number 8. Quite a bit of rain with it. The tropical storm warnings in place for coastal North Carolina and there along the outer banks. The path takes it out to sea after today. It's quick but that's why we have our Linzie Janis in nags head, North Carolina, this morning. Reporter: Good morning. As that storm gets closer the winds are picking up as you said offshore it's packing sustained winds up to 45 miles per hour. It is expected to bring heavy rain as it brushes past this area. Later today and into tonight, also the waves are picking up as you can see. One of the big concerns are the rip currents. You already had the red flags flying. Lifeguards telling people to stay out of the water. It is simply too dangerous. Also, the good news is as you said, ginger, it should move out quickly. The bad news is for those people trying to enjoy a last week of summer vacation, well, they could get hit twice. Ginger. That is exactly right. Let's look at that other tropical depression which could be strengthening into a storm very quickly. Hurricane hunters are investigating at this moment. As it turns it's Thursday when we're mosted concerned between Tallahassee and Tampa hitting as a tropical storm. That's what's in effect. Fly to the pacific. You got to see mad lieline headed toward Hawaii and could be a category and lester right behind. A lot going on. I can't emphasize that enough. I'll have a whole lot more in moments. You certainly have your hands full. Thank you.
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