Much of the rain that parts of our area has seen was brought on by what was once part of Hurricane Isaac.
And, the tale of that storm may not be over just yet!
Currently, the National Hurricane Center is monitoring the remnants of Isaac, now back in the Gulf of Mexico! Right now, it is considered "code orange," which means the storm has a fifty percent chance of becoming a tropical depression, or perhaps, Tropical Storm Nadine.
Right now, the computer models, have the storm moving to the east into Florida. A Hurricane Hunter aircraft will be sent out later today to investigate the storm further.
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