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The well-defined Tropical Low (98L) continues producing heavy training rain with isolated tornadoes also possible today in S TX
Days since last H. Landfall - US: Any 335 (Nicholas) , Major: 351 (Ida) Florida - Any: 1405 (Michael) Major: 1405 (Michael)

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Re: 16E: TX/GOM Potential
      Sun Oct 10 2021 05:04 PM

The majority of the 12z model suite today takes a remnant, Post-TC, or still marginally intact TD Pamela near or into/across Texas. Very heavy, potentially flooding rains would be the primary risk in this scenario for Texas, but no redevelopment in the Gulf.

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* Pamela: TX/GOM Potential cieldumortModerator Sun Oct 10 2021 05:04 PM
. * * Re: Pamela: TX/GOM Potential cieldumortModerator   Mon Oct 11 2021 08:03 PM
. * * Re: 16E: TX/GOM Potential cieldumortModerator   Sun Oct 10 2021 05:04 PM
. * * Re: 91E: TX/GOM Potential cieldumortModerator   Sun Oct 10 2021 03:20 PM

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