Tropical Storm Julia Slams the Southeast

Florida is battered with torrential rains, wind gusts up to 40 mph and flooding as the storm marches north up the East Coast.
2:04 | 09/14/16

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To the other breaking headline at this hour the tropical storm battering parts of the East Coast tonight. Julia forming rapidly over Florida and then blowing up the coast gusting winds and pounding rains in August. Straight line winds as well ripping off this roof and grant fla. Tonight the tropical storm is hovering with flash flood threats up in the North Carolina and meaty role as rob Marciano standing buying folly beach South Carolina rob. Rapidly developing tropical storm Julia slamming the southeast seaboard with torrential rain. Sustained winds over forty miles an hour churning up the waves along Florida's Atlantic coast even spawning a tornado in Brevard County. Winds up to 85 miles per hour there and grant Florida straight line winds ripped the roof right off Warren cruisers. Home source Doral really bad described in Nam flat rolled down really tight but finally when it quit I opened the door and I seen my roof went up yards. The storm marching north through the night. In Georgia trees toppled power knocked out flash flood watch is in place along the Carolina coast. Where they're bracing for more than half a footer brain the biggest fear here is what it one of the worst things for people who live on the coast as we do some storms are. Tropical storm Juliet going from nearly nothing into the tenth named storm of the year old rare occurrence for a system already over land. All happening west 44 hours. Julian got its name over lamb and now the senators openly wondering which he does not weaken anytime soon. Look here's Dr. a lot of folks here don't wanna hear that are coming up on the right side anyway it's just been in this coastline already received flooding in Charleston. It again I think tomorrow to go to the rain keeps rotating east heavier rain pants into the South Carolina will continue to jackass putting this off store a little bit tomorrow. But we're gonna get another by six at the price of flooding is going to be a problem and the official forecast track. The hurricanes that are at this thing kind of doing the lube dealers off the coast the next several days self looks like it's going to be with us for quite some time. Get it all right to be trapped in the service tomorrow morning Bob thank you.

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