Watching the tropics

Last updated by Devontae Jackson

Courtesy of the NHC/NWS/NOAA

The National Hurricane Center in Miami, FL says that a tropical depression could form by late Wednesday into Thursday. Right now they say a broad low pressure system is over the Florida Panhandle.

Courtesy of COD NEXLAB

The broad low pressure is expected to become a tropical depression. The threat of it becoming a tropical storm is a little lower. However, the threat of heavy rain, gusty winds, and choppy waters still remains a threat for the Gulf states.

Courtesy of COD NEXLAB

If you look closely, by Wednesday afternoon there is sort of an eye in the clouds as this system moves across the Gulf.

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