Better late than never…


Humberto became our first hurricane of the season at around 5 am this morning. If it developed just a few hours later, it would have set a record for the latest hurricane formation. But for now, that distinction remains with Hurricane Gustav in 2002.

Forecasts predict Humberto will stick around for a while, but will pose no threat to any land areas.

On the other side of the Caribbean we have 93L, which looks promising for development tomorrow once it enters the Gulf. The track and intensity is uncertain, but this system could bring quite a bit of rain to eastern Mexico and southern Texas this weekend. Inland & coastal flooding, storm surge and rip currents are all possible…



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