A BIG hurricane could hit the US this Labor Day weekend and experts have warned it could be the storm of the season.
Meteorologists are warning those in the Atlantic about Danielle, the storm that could hit states along the East Coast over Labor Day Weekend.
The National Hurricane Center said the weather system has a 50 percent chance of becoming a tropical system within the next two days.
The probability of a tropical storm increases to 80 percent after five days.
While Bermuda will most likely see the active storm touching shores, U.S. shores are still vulnerable to weather changes from the storm, CNN reported.
Depending on the distance and strength of the storm, a high risk of rip currents could develop.
The weather service usually recommends taking a week’s weather forecast too seriously, which is why this storm is finally a cause for concern for the coming weekend, CNN wrote.
Storm patterns will drive excess rain into Texas.
The state is now back on high alert for flash flooding.
After last week’s extreme flooding in Texas, Houston, Beaumont and Galveston should expect more than five inches of rain, according to the 50 percent forecast.
According to CNN, flash floods are often the result of relatively high rainfall in areas with little time in between.
Those hit by the Labor Day weekend rain like Texas and the East Coast should expect cooler temperatures to follow.
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