10PM Wednesday: 92L by any other name still expected to bring rain by Friday


NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) — We continue to watch Invest 92L in the southern Gulf of Mexico.

While thunderstorm activity has increased through the day we still have not seen any development with this system.

It is still likely we see a depression form in the next day or two and possibly a named storm. 

While the five-day outlook for 92L to develop into a a depression remains at 90 percent, the two-day outlook has increased by 10 percent to 80.

The Hurricane Hunter is scheduled to fly into the system on Thursday for a clearer picture.

Overall impacts are expected to be the same. Look for locally heavy rain Friday and Saturday with heaviest activity moving out by Sunday.

Minor coastal flooding will be likely with some gusty winds as well. 

In the meantime look for another hot day on Thursday with temperatures back in the mid 90s.

Rain will start to move into the on Friday morning. 

Continue to stay with WGNO for the latest on the potential tropical weather this weekend. 

Copyright 2021 Nexstar Media Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

Interactive Radar


Latest News

More News