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POTENTIAL CYCLONE 2 (Link Above)
90% CHANCE OF DEVELOPMENT.....
LOOKS LIKE WHAT IS NOW POTENTIAL CYCLONE 2 IS GOING TO TAKE THE EXTREME SOUTHWARD PATH, NOT IMPACTING THE TEXAS COAST. CONTINUE TO MONITOR.
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Area of Interest Gulf of Mexico This system has a low potential, 30 percent of developing into a tropical cyclone. At this time, if it does develop, the center of a low would likely move westward into the middle or lower Texas coast. Regardless of development, rain chances will be increasing for the Texas coast this week.
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Area of Interest Eastern Atlantic This system currently is showing a low potential, 20 percent of developing into a tropical cyclone. However, conditions ahead of it may become more conducive for development next week. Need to monitor this one.
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