Watching the Gulf: Tropical moisture headed for the Texas Coast

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Tropical disturbance could bring rain to Texas and south Louisiana this week. One system is expected to strengthen into Tropical Storm Bonnie in the next day or so. The National Hurricane Center is tracking two systems in the Atlantic. Now is the time to review hurricane plans and make sure your property is ready.
5 months ago

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Watching the Gulf: Tropical moisture headed for the Texas Coast

In the dry summer months, we often look to tropical systems to bring us much-needed rain. For the remainder of the week, we’ll be keeping our eyes on the Gulf of Mexico, as a tropical wave could bring drought relief for at least some Texans.What We KnowA tropical wave has a 40% chance to become more organized Wednesday (6/29) and Thursday (6/30), potentially becoming the next named storm.There is still large uncertainty as to where the wave will…

5 months ago·San Antonio, United States
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Gulf disturbance heads for Texas; 2 other tropical systems churning in Atlantic

Tropical Storm Bonnie could form in the next day.

5 months ago·New Orleans, United States
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Third tropical disturbance pops up as Atlantic system shows potential to become Bonnie

The Atlantic hurricane season is picking up speed as the National Hurricane Center is tracking not one but three disturbances across the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico.

5 months ago
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Gulf disturbance heads for Texas; 2 other tropical systems churning in Atlantic

NEW ORLEANS - Development chances have increased slightly for a tropical disturbance heading toward Texas, hurricane forecasters said Tuesday.

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