Second area of interest emerges in the Gulf of Mexico
There is a new, second area to watch in the tropics and this one is about 800 miles to our west.
A disturbance in the western Gulf of Mexico, associated with a surface low pressure, is producing clouds and thunderstorms.
Before this disturbance moves onshore into SE Texas or Louisiana sometime Friday, there is a small window of opportunity for marginal development.
Chances for development are quite slim at 20 percent.
Regardless of development, heavy rainfall with the potential for flooding is possible. There are no threats to Florida at this time.
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