National Hurricane Center watching Gulf disturbance

An area of disturbed weather has developed over the eastern Gulf of Mexico in association with a non-tropical upper level system.

Computer models have indicated this system could try to organize into a subtropical or tropical system over the coming days.

The National Hurricane Center gives this disturbance a low chance of development over the next 2 days and a medium chance over the next 5 days.

Overall the only threat from this system will be a large swath of heavy rainfall across the state of Florida and the southeastern United States, mainly east of Louisiana.

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