Tropical Storm to threaten Gulf Coast
Tropical Storm expected to form after Tropical Depression 19 passes through Southern Florida. NHC says forecast track is highly uncertain after 48 hours.
Friday, September 11, 2020 11:39:54 PM +00:00
Tropical Depression 19
A disturbance in the Atlantic off the coast of Florida has formed into Tropical Depression 19. The National Hurricane Center has issued Tropical Storm Watches for the southeastern tip of Florida. The real impact however is expected to occur days later when the storm is reaches Tropical Storm strength as it approaches the Mississippi/Louisiana border.
Storms tracks may change so stay tuned
The National Hurricane Center cautions that TD 19's storm track beyond 48 hours is "highly uncertain" and could deviate to the northeast after it crosses the Florida peninsula.
Recommendations for Contact Centers
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The ContactRelief Disaster Decision Team will continue to monitor the storm's development and issue additional advisories as warranted.
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