What better way for Larry to relax, than near the beaches of Mexico? Or more precisely the bay of Campeche. Not the best place for a storm to form for the nerves of Gulf Residents. I say relax, because it doesn't want to move anytime soon.
Recon aircraft has been hunting for a center in this disturbance for a while, and it found one, large enough to jump it striaght to a Tropical Storm. And judging by the situation around it, Larry isn't going anywhere anytime soon. The steering currents are extremely weak around it. Larry could be there for days. The hurricane center suggests it may move westward, but still anywhere along the western Gulf should be on the lookout. Strengthening may be gradual, but if it stays stationary it will hurt its chances at growing stronger. The rest of the Gulf would be prudent to watch as well.
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