Larry will brush east of Bermuda tomorrow, then move towards Newfoundland over the weekend. While the U.S. will not see any direct impact from this storm, it will produce some big swells, increasing our rip current threat and the potential for beach erosion.
The area of storms in the Gulf of Mexico now has a medium chance of development over the next few days. Next name on the list is Mindy. This will enhance moisture over the next couple of days and heavy rainfall could lead to flooding issues up around the Panhandle.
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An area of showers and storms over the Gulf of Mexico and Yucatan Peninsula will move into the northeastern Gulf where it has a low chance of development.
For us, it just means a boost in rain chances tomorrow and Thursday. Some development possible once the system crosses over Florida and moves into the Atlantic.