Tropical moisture continues to pull in from an area of disturbed weather producing a broad spin in the eastern Gulf of Mexico. Disorganized shower and thunderstorm activity is associated with it and The National Hurricane Center is suggesting it could acquire sub-tropical or tropical characteristics as it moves slowly north. They have given it a low chance to form during the next 48 hours. However, through the next 5 days it has a medium chance of 40% to form. Regardless of development, it will spread tons of moisture around the Florida peninsula. Computer models insist on a wet week with tropical moisture lingering. Some areas through Wednesday along the coast could see an additional 2.50 to 5 inches of rain. The main concern is localized street flooding especially in those areas that can’t handle so much rain all at once. Count on a good chance of rain throug
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