The National Hurricane Center is watching one thunderstorm cluster off of Georgia’s coast with medium chances for formation potential.
After a few weeks of zero tropical mischief, we are, once again, closely moniroting this low pressure area with 40% chances to develop over these next 2 or 5 days. If named, it would be Fred at that point, likely traveling north around the Carolinas as intensification occurs.
Right now, no immediate local threats have our attention on Gulf Coast shorelines!
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