The season's first tropical depression, TD #1, has formed in the Northwest Caribbean Sea. Located just over 300 miles south of the western tip of Cuba, the storm is forecast to gradually become better organized into a strong tropical storm over the next three days and make landfall along the northern Gulf coast late Saturday evening or early Sunday morning. A series of hurricane hunter flights is planned into the storm over the coming days to provide further information about the storm, which continues to become better organized on satellite imagery with time.
Everyone along the northern Gulf coast from Texas to Florida should pay attention to the path & evolution of this storm. We'll know more about the future intensity and path of the season's first depression over the coming hours.
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