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Tropical Cyclone Outlook...CORRECTED
The Hurricane Network New York NY
800 PM EDT Tue Sep 7 2021

Corrected typo in disturbance one summary. 

For the Northern Atlantic...Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico: 

The National Hurricane Center in Miami, Florida is issuing 
advisories on Hurricane Larry, located over the central Atlantic. 

1. A surface trough located over the south-central Gulf of Mexico 
and producing some disorganized thunderstorm and shower activity. 
The organization of the disturbance has increased a little bit over 
the past day but still remains highly disorganized to be classified 
as a tropical cyclone. The disturbance is forecast to move into an 
area with decreasing upper-level winds that is conducive for 
tropical development. With that being said, a tropical depression 
could form later this week as the system approaches Florida. 

Interests along the Florida Gulf Coast should continue to monitor 
the progress of this disturbance. Heavy rainfall and 
tropical storm conditions are possible later this weekend. A 
tropical storm watch may be needed sometime at the end of the 
week.  Additional information will be conveyed by your local 
National Weather Service forecast office. 

* Chance of tropical development in 48 hours, moderate, 60 percent.
* Chance of tropical development in 5 days, moderate, 60 percent.

Advisories on Hurricane Larry from the National Hurricane Center can 
be found on WMO header WTNT32 KNHC and AWIPS header TCPAT2. These 
advisories can also be found on the Web at https://hurricanes.gov
Forecaster Latteri/Ryan

* This product is not associated nor generated by the National Hurricane Center. Products issued by The Hurricane Network should only be used for educational purposes, unless marked otherwise. For official governmental information, seek information from hurricanes.gov