MikeCAdministrator
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Mon Jun 22 2009 06:30 PM
Bay of Campeche

In this afternoon's Hurricane Center Tropical Weather Outlook, the Hurricane Center has pointed out an area of disturbed weather in the Bay of Campeche.

It has a 20% chance or lower of actually forming, but it ends a quiet spell in the Atlantic Tropics. In the East Pacific, Andres has formed as well.

The system in the Bay of Campeche has a relatively short window to form, and likely it will not. It's mostly a mid-level system currently, and has no real organization at the surface. It's likely to enhance rain in Southern Texas, but probably won't affect the Houston area or northern Texas. Development isn't expected.



It hasn't been designated an official invest yet, so there are no models for it currently.

More to come as it occurs.



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