Weather System Brewing In Gulf For Labor Day Weekend
In what could also be considered a definition for a typical Saturday morning after a night of partying, according to NOAA, ‘A large area of disorganized cloudiness’ is being monitored. Showers over the northwestern Caribbean Sea, the Eastern Gulf of Mexico and the adjacent land areas are associated with a tropical wave. This system is expected to move generally West-Northwestward at 10 to 15 mph. Although upper-level winds are not favorable for significant development during the next day or two, there is some potential for tropical or subtropical cyclone development over the central or Western Gulf of Mexico in a few days. This system has a medium chance (30%) of becoming a tropical or subtropical cyclone during the next 48 hours.