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Tracking Hermine: How will it impact Labor Day weekend?

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Tropical Storm Hermine is expected to continue moving north along the eastern seaboard in the coming days, likely affecting the plans of millions of travelers over Labor Day weekend. With the risk of dangerous rip currents, people are being advised to stay out of the ocean. NBC’s Tammy Leitner reports for TODAY from Seaside Heights, New Jersey, and TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer has the latest forecast.