♪ PETE: WE ARE BACK WITH A FOX NEWS ALERT. ANOTHER TROPICAL STORM SYSTEM THREATENING THE BAHAMAS. TROPICAL STORM HUMBERTO CHURNING THROUGHS ATLANTIC RIGHT NOW. JEDEDIAH: COMES JUST TWO WEEKS AFTER HURRICANE DORIAN DEVASTATED PARTS OF THE ISLAND NATION. STEVE HARRIGAN IN NASSAU AS THEY ARE BRACING FOR IMPACT. STEVE? STEVE: THAT’S RIGHT. IT’S THE NORTHERN ISLANDS ONCE AGAIN. TWO WEEKS AGO THEY WERE CRUSHED BY A CATEGORY 5 HURRICANE DORIAN THAT LEFT TENS OF THOUGH SANDS OF PEOPLE HOMELESS. TODAY, IT’S SOMETHING MUCH LESS POWERFUL A TROPICAL STORM WITH WINDS ABOUT 40 TO 40 MILES PER HOUR. SOME REAL CONCERN, TOO, ABOUT THE RAIN. IT COULD DUMP ANOTHER 6 INCHES OF RAIN. THIS IS PLACE WHERE TENS OF THOUSANDS OF PEOPLE ARE STILL HOMELESS FROM THAT STORM TWO WEEKS AGO. YOU HAVE GOT PEOPLE JUST TRYING TO GET BACK ON THEIR FEET AGAIN NAILING UP BLUE TARPS OVER THEIR ROOFS. GETTING FOOD AT FEEDING STATIONS. THIS IS THE LAST THING THE NORTHERN BAHAMAS NEEDS RIGHT NOW. ESPECIALLY, TOO, IT’S GOING TO SLOW THE AID AND RECOVERY OPERATIONS. RIGHT NOW THE OFFICIAL DEATH TOLL STANDS AT 52. BUT THEY ARE STILL OUT IN THE WRECKAGE SEARCHING FOR MORE BODIES. OFFICIALS HERE SAY 1300