As the season’s first major cold front made its way across the Crossroads, area residents are reminded of a few tips to keep them warm and safe.
Meteorologists are tracking a disturbance near the Yucatan Peninsula that they say has low chance for tropical-system development.
Meteorologists are tracking an area of low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico that they say bears a low chance of threatening South Texas.
Minor coastal flooding is expected because of an easterly fetch across the Gulf of Mexico that will produce swells with long periods impacting the middle Texas coast through Monday morning.
The National Weather Service said an area of disturbed weather in the Gulf of Mexico has a 20% chance of developing into a tropical storm within the next five days.
The National Hurricane Center continues to monitor a disturbance in the southwest Atlantic Ocean that is expected to develop into a tropical system.
The Salvation Army’s emergency disaster response teams in Texas have already deployed to Florida in advance of Hurricane Dorian’s expected landfall there.
Meteorologists are monitoring a low pressure system expected to impact the eastern Mexican coast that could bring some wind and rain to South Texas.
A disturbance in the central Gulf of Mexico was upgraded Sunday evening to a 40% chance of development during the next five days as the associated wave moves westward toward Mexico.
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