STORM FORMING IN THE GULF

Falling pressures in the Gulf are increasing the threat for the formation of a storm named BRET

Circulation of very moist tropical from low pressures in the eastern Gulf of Mexico will increase the threat of flooding rains over parts of northern and central Florida from Friday into the weekend. Satellite pictures show a broad area of clouds over the peninsula. A close look at the eastern and southern perimeter of the circulation center reveals the first sign of banding, an indication of a storm forming. As long as the western semicircle of the circulation remains dry, the storm would be designated a “subtropical storm”. If the band wraps around the circulation center, it would be a “tropical storm”.

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