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Cyclone Advisories for TROPICAL DEPRESSION TWO – Advisory 1 – 400 PM CDT

SHORT-LIVED TROPICAL CYCLONE FORMS OFF THE GULF COAST, EXPECTEDTO START MOVING AWAY FROM LAND THIS EVENING

CURRENT INFORMATION..AS OF 400 PM CDT

ABOUT 165 MI…266 KM SSE OF PENSACOLA FLORIDA
MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS…35 MPH
PRESENT MOVEMENT…WNW AT 2 MPH
MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE…1007 MB
BASIN…GULF OF MEXICO

WARNINGS AND WATCHES

ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER:

None.

Watches and warnings are not expected to be issued for this
system. Interests along the Gulf coast of Florida should refer to
local products issued by the National Weather Service.

OUTLOOK

The center of Tropical Depression Two was located near 28.1 north
and 86.5 west and moving north-northwest around 6 mph. The general
motion of the depression is expected to continue over the next
couple hours before meandering southward away from the Gulf coast of
the United States tonight. Thereafter, the depression will move
southeastward to an eastward motion this weekend.

The sustained winds of the depression were estimated aircraft data
around 35 mph. Slight intensification into a tropical storm is
possible tonight. The depression is forecast to degrade below
tropical cyclone standards on Saturday.

The central pressure was estimated by aircraft at 1007 mb.

For the full forecaster discussion go to
http://thehurricanenet.com/al022023-d

LAND IMPACTS

RAINFALL: The depression is expected to produce locally heavy
rainfall across the Florida peninsula and portions of the Florida
panhandle through this weekend.

SURF: The depression is forecast to produce dangerous rip currents
across the Gulf coast of Florida through Friday evening.

NEXT ADVISORY

The next complete advisory will be at 1100 PM CDT

Forecaster Latteri

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