Mon Jul 08 2019 09:37 AM
Barry Forecast Lounge

From earlier:

The 0z Euro now forms something in the Gulf late Thursday, and then moves potentially a category 1/2 hurricane into Texas just north of Houston Saturday night.
The GFS moves a much weaker rain system into Corpus Christi Saturday night.
The older legacy GFS model has switched from the east route and also moves the rain into Texas near Corpus.
The Canadian has shifted further west, but brings the storm back onto the Panhandle after forming in the Gulf.
The UKMet and German ICON model move it into the Eastern Louisiana, although the ICON is much stronger (cat 2) than the UK (Tropical Storm)

Title updated to reflect the increasing confidence that 92L, now in the Gulf, will become Barry.
Now updated to Barry 7/11/19 11AM EDT

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