SEVERE WEATHER ALERT:
Monday, July 24, 2006
Disturbed Area In The Tropics
(Jacksonville, FL) An area of "disturbed" weather persists tucked in the far Southwest Gulf of Mexico keeps on "bubbling". Conditions are gradually improving so some development is possible. However, the system is very close to the coast of Mexico so unless a center can develop and/or move more to the northeast, the system's potential could be limited. Upper level high pressure will continue to build over the area the next few days so the primary limiting factor would appear to be the proximity to land. Movement will be north or maybe a little north/northwest, so this is a problem for Mexico & possibly the Coast of Texas.
Posted by Andrew Wulfeck at 7/24/2006 04:22:00 PM