Tropical System Headed for South Florida

ABC News chief meteorologist Ginger Zee reports the latest weather across the country.
0:49 | 08/26/16

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Trump. The latest on the tropical threat. A tropical wave headed to the gulf. This thing is looking less and less healthy. That means less and less threatening as we go through the next couple of days. The tropical wave we have been watching, still in the caribbean. Hitting the elevation. That means friction. That is not good for the development of a tropical storm. The wind shear displaces where the thing is. However, still has a chance in the next three to five days, a 60% shot now of becoming a named tropical depression or storm. For south Florida, watch it, but don't freak out. Certainly not at all. A lot of the cononvection, the rain is south. Tensioning rising in the persian gulf after a situation at sea.

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