Tropical Cyclone Outlook Hurricane Network New York NY 800 PM EDT Tue Jul 9 2019 For the Northern Atlantic...Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico: 1. An area of broad low pressure located along the coast of the Florida Panhandle and northern Gulf coast is continuing to produce disorganized thunderstorm activity. In the past couple hours, there has been little change with the organization of the system and this will likely continue through Wednesday due to close proximity to land. However, environmental conditions are prime for significant tropical cyclone formation and a tropical depression is expected to form within the next day. Interests along the entire Gulf coast should monitor the progress of this system, Hurricane Watches will likely be needed on Wednesday. Regardless, the system is forecast produce extreme rainfall totals along the Upper Texas coast and Louisiana, rainfall totals could exceed one foot or more. Additional information on this life- threatening flash flood threat can be issued by NOAA's Weather Prediction Center and your local National Weather Service forecast office. Additional information can also be found via the Disturbance Guidance Message products issued by The Hurricane Network. * Chance of tropical development in 48 hours, high, near 100 percent. * Chance of tropical development in 5 days, high, near 100 percent. $$ Forecaster Ryan/Latteri
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