Tropical Hurricane Elsa blew at a speed of 65 km / h across the Big Bend area of Florida on Wednesday night.
The storm has lost some of its strength, but the chances of rain, wind and storms spreading along the southeastern and Mediterranean coasts are very high.
Tropical storm warnings apply along the southeast coast, while tropical storm watches are positioned from the East Coast to New England as they can blow at speeds of up to 40 miles per day until Friday.
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Meanwhile, a slow-moving system along the Texas coast is sending heavy rain to southern Texas.
The amount of rain is 3-6 inches, in an insulated amount of more than 10 inches.
Continuous heat continues to be a major event in the Great Basin and the southwest.
Warnings about overheating depend on dangerous conditions that will last until the weekend and the following week.