The USA appears to be facing a very unusual triple tropical threat from Mother Nature.
According to weather forecasters, two tropical depressions are going to soak portions of both the East Coast and Gulf Coast, while a hurricane takes aim on Hawaii.
Both depressions could potentially become tropical storms by Tuesday, according to the National Hurricane Center. Tropical Depression 8 should bring heavy rain, gusty winds, and rough surf to the Outer Banks of North Carolina on Tuesday.
The west coast of Florida will likely have until Thursday before its worst weather when drenching rain from Tropical Depression 9 rain could lead to flooding from Tallahassee to Tampa. Thousands of miles away in Hawaii, wind and rain from Hurricane Madeline are forecast to graze the Big Island early Thursday.
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