Remnants of Erika Bringing Flooding Rains to Florida
The remnants of Tropical Storm Erika moving through Florida could bring several inches of rain, and has prompted flash flood warnings.
Forecasts say rip currents are also possible all the way to the Carolinas.
Even though Erika has dissipated, parts of the Southeast are not out of the woods yet.
The remnants of the tropical storm are producing heavy rain and high winds in Florida...
Conditions that could last for several days:
Over the weekend, Erika's crashing waves beat away at the coast in Palm Beach - leaving a three to five-foot cliff.
For now, emergency operation centers in Florida are staying open around the clock, ready if the waters rise.
In the Pacific, forecasters say Hurricane Ignacio could hit Hawaii's Big Island by tonight.
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