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2019 ATLANTIC HURRICANE SEASON EXPECTED TO PACK SOME PUNCH

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The United States may get hit by two to four major
hurricanes before the end of the 2019 hurricane season.
Forecasters are calling this year’s season near normal.
A month into the 2019 Atlantic hurricane season, a
tropical threat may be brewing along the Gulf Coast
that could bring heavy rain across portions of the Southeast.
The National Hurricane Center said Monday that a
disturbance over central Georgia is forecast to move
southward toward the northeastern Gulf of Mexico in
two or three days, where a “broad area of low pressure”
is expected to form.
“Some gradual development is possible thereafter
and a tropical depression is likely to form by the end
of the week while the low meanders near the northern
Gulf Coast,” the NHC said. “Regardless of development,
this system has the potential to produce heavy
rainfall along portions of the northern and eastern
U.S. Gulf Coast later this week.”
The 2019 Atlantic hurricane season is shaping up
to be ‘near-normal’ with 9 to 15 named storms, NOAA
says. The NHC said as of Monday, there was an 80
percent chance of a tropical depression forming within
the next five days.
There is a high probability (80%) that a tropical depression
is likely to form by the end of the week over
the northern Gulf of Mexico. This system also has the
potential to produce heavy rainfall along portions of
the northern and eastern U.S. Gulf Coast later this
week.
“Interests along the northern Gulf Coast and the
Florida peninsula should monitor the progress of this
system,” the NHC said. If it becomes a tropical storm,
it will be the second of the season, with the name
“Barry.”

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