Transcript for Tropical Depression Erin Sparks Fears of Floods
Two storms we've been watching all day. Tropical depression erin in the atlantic, and another in the gulf. Also watching the southeast, more rain after dangerous flooding there already. Ginger zee tracking it all and she's with us here tonight. Always great to have you. We were talking about this a week ago, dangerous already here. Right. The southeast has just been pounded. Top five of their wettest julys on record for many states. Numbers in atlanta that are topping some 18 inches above their average for the year. This weekend we have all of our eyes on one tropical low pressure system that many of the models taking it to texas. That would be much better. But if a piece of that moisture goes along the stationary front, I want to show you the numbers, this is what's going to happen. This is what's going to happen regardless because that stationary front dropping more and and potential flash flooding tallahassee up to raleigh. Now a tropical depression, erin, is what we're talking about. Let's look at the path. It stays out in the atlantic and keeps weakening. Maybe a brush with bermuda, but we'll be watching.
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