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Extremely Heavy Rainfall & Life Threatening Flash Flooding Will Continue Today Through Sunday Across Central & Southern Louisiana

Extremely Heavy Rainfall & Flash Flooding Is Expected To Continue Today Through Sunday Across Central & Southern Louisiana: A very slow moving low pressure system remains over southwestern Mississippi and southeastern Louisiana. This low pressure system continues to bring extremely heavy rainfall across central and southern Louisiana with the Lake Charles, Lafayette and Baton Rouge more »

Low Pressure Will Bring Extremely Heavy Rainfall & Life Threatening Flash Flooding To Southwestern Mississippi & South-Central & Southeastern Louisiana Today

Extremely Heavy Rainfall & Flash Flooding Is Expected Today Across Southwestern Mississippi & South-Central & Southeastern Louisiana: Deep thunderstorm activity is concentrated on the south side of an area of low pressure that is located over southwestern Mississippi. This deep thunderstorm activity is producing very heavy rainfall with rainfall rates of 3 to 4 inches more »

Low Pressure Over The Extreme Northern Gulf Of Mexico Will Produce Heavy Rainfall & Flooding From Today Through Friday Across The Northern US Gulf Coast

Low Pressure Located Over The Extreme Northern Gulf Of Mexico Just South Of Mobile, Alabama: An area of low pressure has emerged over the extreme northern Gulf of Mexico just south of Mobile, Alabama this morning. Satellite imagery indicates there is some deep thunderstorm activity occurring across the extreme northern Gulf of Mexico that stretches more »

Low Pressure Near The Florida Panhandle Will Continue To Produce Heavy Rainfall & Flooding The Rest Of This Week To Parts Of The Northern & Eastern US Gulf Coast

Low Pressure Located Near The Florida Panhandle: An area of low pressure remains nearly stalled out near the Florida Panhandle this morning. Most of the shower and thunderstorm activity is occurring across the waters of the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. Environmental conditions, however, are unfavorable for any of these thunderstorm activity to organize and try more »

A Tropical Disturbance Will Produce Serious Rainfall Amounts & Flash Flooding This Week To Parts Of The Northern & Eastern US Gulf Coast

A Tropical Disturbance Will Bring Serious Rainfall Amounts & Flash Flooding To Parts Of Western Florida, The Florida Panhandle, Southern Alabama & Southern Mississippi This Week: An area of low pressure is located over inland parts of northern Florida right now. A northeasterly mid-level wind flow has not only pushed the mid-level center towards the more »

Two Areas To Keep An Eye On For Tropical Development Over The Next Several Days – The Northeastern Gulf Of Mexico & Also Near The US Southeast Atlantic Coast

Northeastern Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Development Is A Possibility During The Early To Middle Part Of Next Week: A trough of low pressure is located over the northeastern Gulf of Mexico and is producing shower and thunderstorm activity that is currently affecting parts of the Florida Panhandle and parts of the west coast of Florida, more »

The Northeastern Gulf Of Mexico Needs To Be Watched Closely For Possible Tropical Development During The Early To Middle Part Of Next Week

The Northeastern Gulf Of Mexico Needs To Be Watched Closely For Possible Tropical Development During The Early To Middle Part Of Next Week: The northeastern Gulf of Mexico will need to be watched very closely for possible tropical development starting around Monday and Tuesday with the potential for tropical development persisting through at least Wednesday more »

Earl Is Weakening As It Moves Inland Over Belize & The Southern Yucatan Peninsula; Northern Gulf Of Mexico Tropical Mischief Is A Possibility During The Early To Middle Part Of Next Week

Tropical Storm Earl: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 17.3 North Latitude, 89.5 West Longitude or about 90 miles to the west of Belize City. Maximum Winds: 65 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 990 Millibars or 29.23 Inches. Forward Movement: West at a forward speed of 15 mph. Earl made landfall near Belize City, Belize more »

Earl Has Become A Hurricane & Is Headed For Belize

Hurricane Earl: 5 pm EDT/4 pm CDT Statistics: Location: 17.1 North Latitude, 86.0 West Longitude or about 150 miles to the east of Belize City. Maximum Winds: 75 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 988 Millibars or 29.18 Inches. Forward Movement: West at a forward speed of 14 mph. Earl has become the second hurricane of the more »

Earl Is Expected To Bring Hurricane Conditions To Belize & The Southern Yucatan Peninsula; Also Keeping An Eye On Possible Tropical Development Over The Northern Gulf Of Mexico Next Week

Tropical Storm Earl: 8 am EDT/7 am CDT Statistics: Location: 16.3 North Latitude, 84.4 West Longitude or about 265 miles to the east-southeast of Belize City. Maximum Winds: 70 mph. Minimum Central Pressure: 989 Millibars or 29.20 Inches. Forward Movement: West at a forward speed of 14 mph. Earl is well on its way to more »


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