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Chris Suchan Sep 17
I certainly see a small closed low off our coast overlaying surface winds w/ radar data. Analysis shows a 1009mb low swirling about. Clearly system is trying to become a Tropical Depression.
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Dave Nussbaum WWL-TV Sep 17
I’m tracking in the western Gulf. It’s moving into Texas, but we could see a few showers from it today in the area. Then we turn hotter and stay dry for the rest of the week.
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Brad Panovich 30 Jul 17
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Blake Mathews Sep 16
UPDATE: has been designated off the Texas coast. A tropical depression or tropical storm could form before it moves inland along the Texas coast. Extremely heavy rain possible next few days. Rises on rivers, streams and bayous possible.
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Blake Mathews Sep 17
Latest computer models on . A weak tropical depression or tropical storm could form just prior to moving on shore. Very heavy rain regardless.
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Shea Gibson 21 Sep 18
Check out the SST's for the last 3 weeks. You can see persistent NE wedging bringing the cool Labrador waters down the NE coast to the Mid-Atlantic...and then 's swath of cooling into the NC coast. Takes a nice chunk out of the TCHP ahead of .
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Dave Nussbaum WWL-TV Sep 17
Radar is showing a weak circulation east of Corpus Christi, TX associated with this morning. There is a low chance for development in the next 24 hours before it moves inland over Texas. Very heavy rain is expected for the area today through Fri.
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The Weather Channel 16 Aug 16
. says has a high chance of development over the next 48 hrs. More:
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Grant Gilmore WTSP Sep 17
It doesn't need a name to cause problems. has a 30% chance of becoming a tropical cyclone, but is forecast to potentially dump more than 1' of rain across many locations in east Texas through the rest of the week. Some forecast models suggest more than 2'.
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Drew Hendry MP Aug 23
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The Weather Channel 24 Sep 18
is expected to brush the Carolinas with showers on Tuesday regardless of development:
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The Weather Channel 30 Jul 17
A low-pressure system over the northeast Gulf of Mexico has been deemed by the National Hurricane Center:
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Collin Gross Aug 22
The has increased chances of tropical development with to 50%.
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Long Island Storm Central 24 Aug 15
Preliminary cone for .
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Chris Suchan Sep 17
Update: Hurricane Center increases chance along TX coast could develop into a tropical depression before moving over land to 50%
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Ed Piotrowski 23 Aug 15
Here are the latest models (including GFS ensembles) for
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Brad Panovich 24 Aug 15
HWRF big outlier model right now.
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Christopher Denmark Sep 17
There is now a 50% chance for to form in the Gulf of Mexico. shouldn’t be affected
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Ed Bloodsworth Aug 23
And just like that...we and . The tropics are active.
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Ed Piotrowski 24 Aug 15
Latest ASCAT pass at 6:02pm, shows hasn't quite closed off a center, but it close.
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