ORLANDO, Fla. - As the unofficial start of summer, Memorial Day is one of the most popular travel weekends of the year.
In fact, AAA is expecting 37 million Americans to hit the roads this year, which is the most since 2005.
The tropical system in the Gulf of Mexico is expected to dump inches of rain, meaning thousands of drivers will experience wet roads.
This week on "The Weekly on ClickOrlando.com with Justin Warmoth," News 6 traffic safety expert Trooper Steve broke down the do's and don’ts of driving in the rain.
Trooper Steve, an Air Force veteran, also talked about what Memorial Day means to him and how he plans to remember fallen servicemen and women.
“The Weekly” also highlighted how local automobile companies are tracking down consumers driving with faulty Takata airbags, which have killed three people in Florida, according to reports.
Use the links below to follow along with "The Weekly."
- Ask Trooper Steve
- Central Florida braces for heavy Memorial Day weekend rain
- 150,000 Takata air bags still on recall list in Central Florida
- Senate Key Race alerts: Florida now rated Toss-Up
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