Friday midday tropical update: TD 25 forms in Caribbean

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Tropical Depression 25 formed Friday morning in the northwestern Caribbean Sea. The National Hurricane Center had been monitoring this area of low pressure as Invest 91-L.

The NHC says the area of showers and thunderstorms is becoming better organized. This system is expected to bring heavy rains and possible flash flooding over parts of southeastern Mexico, Central America and western Cuba.

Forecast models show it will move slowly WNW toward the Yucatan Peninsula and will likely cross it early next week putting it into the Bay of Campeche or southern Gulf of Mexico next week.

Another cold front will move into the Gulf of Mexico from the north early next week. This front along with a big ridge of high pressure over the Gulf South will keep this system (possibly Tropical Storm Gamma) in the southern Gulf and away from Louisiana. Needless to say, we will keep an eye on it.

There is another tropical wave located over the eastern Caribbean. It is producing disorganized showers and storms with gusty winds. Conditions are more favorable for development by the time it gets into the central or western Caribbean early next week. Forecast model have shown some development into a tropical system is possible. We will keep an eye on the latest trends. NHC is giving it a low chance to develop.

rest of the tropics will stay quiet for the next 5 days.
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