Tropical Outlook AM Jul 6

1. A Surface Trough Of Low Pressure Is Producing Showers And
Thunderstorms Over Portions Of The Western And Central Gulf Of
Mexico.

The Trough Is Expected To Move Generally Northward At 5 To 10 Mph Over The Next Couple Of Days Toward The Texas And Louisiana
Coast.

Upper-Level Winds Are Only Marginally Conducive For Development To Occur...And This System Has A Low Chance...20 Percent...Of Becoming A Tropical Cyclone During The Next 48 Hours.

Regardless Of Development...This Disturbance Will Likely Produce
Periods Of Locally Heavy Rainfall And Gusty Winds Across Portions
Of Texas And Louisiana By Sunday.

2. Cloudiness And Thunderstorms Continue To Show Some Signs Of
Organization In Association With A Tropical Wave Over The Far
Eastern Atlantic About 800 Miles Southwest Of The Cape Verde
Islands.

Environmental Conditions Could Be Become A Little More Conducive For Development To Occur Over The Next Few Days While The Disturbance Moves Westward At 15 To 20 Mph.

This System Has A Low Chance...20 Percent...Of Becoming A Tropical Cyclone During The Next 48 Hours.

Elsewhere...Tropical Cyclone Formation Is Not Expected During The
Next 48 Hours.

Forecaster Stewart


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