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A day weekend and the first tropical storm of the season.
Is heading towards Texas still this parties and chief meteorologist for weather about dot -- -- joins -- weekly look at the weather and your money Jeno.
How bad -- storm gonna be what's gonna happen.
Well the rains are heading for deep south Texas is storm is inland near -- -- -- to actually went inland this morning.
But the big thing is it's a little bit of a warning shot that the tropical storm season.
It's gonna come light that we may have something what -- -- -- needs to the Caribbean islands right now he -- Barbados.
That may be in the gulf next week it is something that will have to take a look at.
But this first one went into the south the big news is a lot of the range is gonna get in the lower Rio Grande Valley big agricultural area handle that -- and that moisture continues flowing northward it starts chopping away a little bit the heat out there in west Texas.
It needed the curious southwest party Selena as senator out there yeah I just wanted to to continue now that purple -- you see up by the map there as well -- what what about next week that we could get a tropical storm find -- out there they heat coming in to the Ohio valley and mid Atlantic states it's a short shot it's not like in the opening part of June -- ten days is hot hot hot.
It's one or two days -- driven out the place where the he's going to be bad.
The -- actually concerned about rolling blackouts California real all right they're finally going to get high I could see trying to hit a hundred in the L Los Angeles basin.
And what happens here is when it all comes on at once at least two jamming up with a power grid and everything else you probably when you when you look at this weekend.
The news making heat is probably in the west rather than the east.
And what we're going to see some of the hot -- try to come northeast and they get chopped the way here in New York City and along the eastern seaboard.
I think the sea breeze will save the day much of the time to keep us relatively comfortable compared to for the way they wrote everything we read.
You have to hello relatively don't only get warm -- -- -- of what you think we're gonna pretty it was going to be out of a typical fourth of July weekend.
But nothing like we encountered in June where was it you know 102 degrees -- -- You know one -- things -- been characterized for this year obviously it is extreme weather right around the world now you know haven't heard a lot lately are we getting a break is the planet getting them break.
Well in South America we've had so much cold airport near -- and so your coffee prices.
May be up will be down the road and -- that corn crop -- Sao -- and southern Brazil -- really been hit now they only grow.
A small amount compared to what we grow here in the United States we are the report while people planning a lot of corn because they were expecting a big shortage.
But it's actually we're getting a lot of cold weather there in the summertime in the Northern Hemisphere summer time.
Generally you do get a break until the heart gains come along.
-- -- the couple weeks ago we talked about.
But the -- case he's unexpected night again like 2008.
A lot of impact on the US coast this year are -- to the south -- the deep south Texas we will be watching the gulf next week.
All right and we always ask you to do that for us we'll see in a couple weeks -- I think like really appreciate it well the --