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Gulf of Mexico an Area to Watch for Likely Development of a Tropical Depression or Storm This Week
The latest forecast guidance shows that this system is likely to linger in the vicinity of the southwestern Gulf of Mexico for several days this week.
After that time, there is the possibility that it could eventually move northward through the Gulf of Mexico toward the U.S. Gulf Coast by this weekend. It's also possible this system could remain stuck in the southwest Gulf and move
inland over southern Mexico.
Since there remains a high degree of uncertainty in the forecast, interests along the Gulf Coasts of the U.S. and Mexico should monitor its progress closely in the week ahead. Check back to weather.com for updates the next several days.
If anything, this is a reminder to refresh or develop your hurricane plan now.
Matthew Peterson, Manager
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