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Tropical System Still Likely In The Gulf By Wednesday

The forecast models keep sliding the track of this weather system further and further to the north. That could become problematic for Louisiana this weekend.

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Tropical Systems Could Be In The Gulf Later This Week

There could be two tropical trouble spots affecting the Gulf of Mexico by later this week.

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Tropical Threat Increases

The tropics continue to get busier and busier. Here is the latest on the four tropical systems in the Atlantic basin this morning.

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Four Tropical Systems Being Watched By Forecasters

One hurricane and now three tropical waves are keeping forecasters as we head into the busiest weeks of the hurricane season.

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Two Tropical Trouble Spots Worth Watching

Two tropical waves in the far eastern Atlantic are being monitored for strengthening as they move westward across the ocean.

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Tropical Storm Gert Not A Threat – New Tropical Wave Forms

Tropical Storm Gert formed off the U.S. east coast on Sunday. It is expected to move out to sea. Behind Gert, there is another potential tropical trouble spot worth watching.

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Florida Prepares As Hurricane Matthew Barrels Towards Atlantic Coast
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Tropical Forecasters Say 2017 Hurricane Season Will Be Even Busier

Based on this revised forecast we still have a lot more tropical weather to look forward to before the end of the season.

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Tropical Storm Alberto Approaches Florida
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Tropical Storm Franklin Forms

The sixth named storm of the 2017 Hurricane Season has formed in the Caribbean Sea. It is not expected to pose a threat to the Louisiana Gulf Coast.

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Tropical System Could Threaten The Gulf By Next Week

Forecasters are monitoring a system that could strengthen and move into the Gulf of Mexico by early next week.

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Strong Tropical Wave Could Become Season’s Next Named Storm

The long range tropical forecast models are suggesting we keep an eye on the tropical Atlantic Ocean for the next several days.

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Hurricane Center Monitoring Tropical Wave

A potential tropical trouble spot in the Atlantic Ocean is being monitored for further development over the next few days.

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As Drilling At Relief Well Continues, Gulf Coast Toils Over Spill Recovery
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Tropical Storm Don Fizzles Out

Dry air off the northern coast of South America dooms Don. The Hurricane Center continues to watch another tropical wave for development.

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