Sunday, 12 July, 2020

Depression forms in Gulf, heavy rain threat for south Mexico

Tropical Depression #3 forms in Gulf of Mexico The third tropical depression of the Atlantic hurricane season formed in the Gulf of Mexico Monday afternoon
Deanna Wagner | 02 June, 2020, 17:59

Cristobal is projected to spend most of this week trapped in the southern Gulf causing massive flooding and mudslides in Mexico and Central America, and then eventually launches north as we get to the weekend. At maximum sustained winds of 39 miles per hour, it would be reclassified as a tropical storm.

On the forecast track, the center is forecast to be near the coast of the southern Bay of Campeche Tuesday night through Thursday.

But there's also a chance another area of low pressure could form in the Gulf, and some models continue to indicate the possibility.

It is too early to forecast when and where it will make landfall. One set of computer models dissipate the storm over the Mexican mainland.

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"Confidence in other impacts remains quite low at this time, but residents should closely monitor the latest forecasts", forecasters said in their morning discussion.

June 1 marks the beginning of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season and it begins with eyes on a large disturbance south of the United States.

Remnants of what was the Eastern Pacific's Tropical Storm Amanda have now been tagged as Tropical Depression #3.

Tuesday: Partly cloudy with isolated showers.