Tropical Storm Debby has Gulf Coast on high alert
Tropical storm intensifies
- Duration 2:18
- Date Jun 24, 2012
Tropical storm intensifies
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Other alert because tropical storm Debby is setting its sights on the golf.
Question is exactly where men standing -- make landfall.
-- outer bands already being blamed for at least one tornado touchdown in Naples for that's on the West Coast of Florida.
About a dozen homes were damaged the city is now.
-- with downed trees and power lines roof tiles fortunately.
No reports of any injuries it's over Maria Molina -- when she's in for a -- if she's our meteorologists tracking this storm good morning Maria how to.
Look good morning and now -- he's actually stronger with sustained winds.
-- sixteen miles per hour and stronger -- so we're just continuing to see tropical storm Debby intensifying.
Across the Gulf of Mexico and it is forecast three eventually become a category one hurricane.
Across the Gulf of Mexico and there's a big question as far as exactly where this storm system is going to go because some computer models you actually take it.
-- off towards -- -- across northern Florida.
And some of them take them last -- into more of a Louisiana our eastern tax isn't landfall looking like it's gonna be earlier in the week next week it's a very slow mover right now -- -- the north.
At about two miles per hour so we haven't seen that turn happen just yet.
A lot of heavy rain with this system we're seeing some of that coming down already across parts of the Florida Panhandle around the Tallahassee area.
And also on on the western part the state authority and some of these outer bands.
Can produce severe weather in the form of tornadoes and we saw that in Naples so keep.
Keep stay -- out here across western parts of the state of Florida -- do get any tornado warnings issued for your area you've got to seek shelter immediately most of the people out there unfortunately don't happening basements.
-- just stay in the -- most portion of your home away from windows.
Right now we are anticipating that the storm system will make more of a westward track.
She could be a category one hurricane by early Wednesday morning with sustained winds at 75 miles per hour those are maximum sustained when you could see stronger gusts.
-- that and we do have some new tropical storm warnings have also been issued across the Mississippi Alabama border.
Into parts of the Florida Panhandle border as well right on the coastal areas to anyone that lives.
In these areas could be experiencing tropical storm conditions as -- yes when he 4036.
Hours from now see you got it -- taking preparations already.
You could be looking at those winds picking up and we know already the rain is coming down in the Florida Panhandle.
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