Forecasters are keeping an eye on two storm systems — one in the Gulf of Mexico that has a 90-percent chance of becoming a tropical cyclone and another off the Windward Islands that is unlikely to affect the U.S.
Forecasters are keeping an eye on two storm systems — one in the Gulf of Mexico that has a 90-percent chance of becoming a tropical cyclone and another off the Windward Islands that is unlikely to affect the U.S. National Hurricane Center
Forecasters are keeping an eye on two storm systems — one in the Gulf of Mexico that has a 90-percent chance of becoming a tropical cyclone and another off the Windward Islands that is unlikely to affect the U.S. National Hurricane Center

Storm system in Gulf has ‘high chance’ of becoming tropical storm this week

June 18, 2017 07:45 PM

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