Tropical Storm Erika Eyes Puerto Rico

Rough winds in the West to calm, but Erika may make landfall in Florida.
1:05 | 08/27/15

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Now to that extreme weather we're tracking. Tropical storm Erika, you can see it moving through the atlantic, Puerto Rico in its path, Florida could get hit. Out west, Arizona hit by winds. Ginger zee here with the forecast. The monsoon forecast looking a lot better the next couple of days. Less dust storms down in the southwest. Let's take you straight to tropical storm Erika, 45 miles per hour winds moving west at 17 miles per hour into some really unfavorable conditions. Wind sheer, terrible variable when it comes to tropical storm development. Tropical storm warning to Puerto Rico Thursday into Friday. The timing there much needed rain. Yes, they've been in a drought. Three to five inches going to fall through the start of the weekend. It sustains itself as a tropical storm but I want you to pay close attention to that cone of uncertainty. 2400 miles, a lot of models are starting to take it more to the atlantic. Still something to watch as we get towards the end of the weekend. Ginger, thanks very much. And tonight the FAA is investigating a passenger jet

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