Tropical Depression Moving Into the Gulf of Mexico

A tropical depression that formed in the Florida Straits was moving into the southeastern Gulf of Mexico early Monday and the U.S. National Hurricane Center said it could soon become a tropical storm.
1:34 | 08/29/16

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We're tracking several active tropical storm systems so hurricane gets done is getting a little stronger but in this state east of Bermuda yet. A new tropical depression is now just south of Key West, Florida and headed northward in the gulf. Another depression appears to be headed for the Outer Banks of North Carolina and a tropical storm watch is now in effect there as well. And you can see the weather deteriorating in team last as tropical depression nine moves closer. With wind or rain lightning this is time lapse video the depression is expected to get stronger. But where it is headed home nobody's really sure right now more now from ABC's rob Marciano. Our forecast track for TD 942 could become a tropical storm and M Wednesday Thursday probably go somewhere and affordable and very little confidence on the track and the intensity of this we're gonna have to watch it very very closely. The other tropical depression in the one that's heading up the Atlantic coast is expected to become a tropical storm. Later on today and there's also extreme weather in the midwest including. Flooding and the Cincinnati area heavy rain closed roads and submerged cars but no injuries were reported. Three to five inches fell in less than three hours. Breaking a 42 year old record a thousands of people were without power last night in a lightning strike on its antenna even knocked out our affiliate. There in Cincinnati off the air for a little while. And there were funnel clouds south of Detroit yesterday and a tornado or two may have touched down but the tornadoes were not confirmed by the National Weather Service. There were no injuries and the only damage reported. To trees and crops officials said the funnel clouds were very weak circulation it's.

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