Riverside, California 2021-06-18 08:53:40 –
A potential tropical cyclone 3 will continue to intensify in the Gulf of Mexico and is expected to become a tropical or subtropical cyclone in the central or northern Gulf of Mexico later in the day.
According to a recommendation issued by the National Hurricane Center at 7 am, a potential tropical cyclone 3 has a maximum wind speed of 35 mph.
The storm is projected to intensify as it moves north towards the Gulf Coast.
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On the forecast track, the system will approach the central and northern Gulf tonight or early Saturday. The slow northeastern movement across the southeastern United States may be after a weekend landing.
A potential tropical cyclone 3 is located 255 miles south of Morgan City, Louisiana, and is moving north at 14 mph.
Latest data on potential tropical cyclones 3
This is the latest data on a potential tropical cyclone 3 drawn from the National Hurricane Center’s 7 am CT recommendation.
- Location: 255 miles south of Morgan City, Louisiana
- maximum Sustainable wind: 35 mph
- Move: North at 14 mph
- pressure: 1,007 MB (Millibar)
- When the next advisory will be released: Central Standard Time 10:00 am
Spaghetti Model: Tracking Potential Tropical Cyclones 3
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Tropical Cyclone Warnings are useful in the following cases:
- From Intracoastal City, Louisiana to the Okaloosa / Walton County Line.
- Lake Pontchartrain, Lake Maurepas, New Orleans metropolis
A tropical cyclone warning means that a tropical cyclone condition is expected somewhere within the warning area, in this case within 12 to 24 hours.
Residents living elsewhere in the northern Gulf Coast need to monitor the progress of this system.
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