(Update) Wed 2pm – Tropical Storm Hermine has formed in the Gulf of Mexico and is forecast to make landfall Thursday along the Florida Gulf Coast as a strong tropical storm or possibly a Category 1 hurricane. Hermine (formerly known as Tropical Depression #9) will bring heavy rain, storm surge flooding, high winds, and even some tornadoes to not only Florida, but also the coastal Southeast.
Tropical Depression 9, which had been lingering in and around the Gulf for several days, has strengthened into Tropical Storm Hermine, the National Hurricane Center said Wednesday (Aug. 31) in a 1 p.m. update. The center of the storm was located about 415 miles west and southwest of Tampa, Fla., and was moving northward at about 2 miles per hour. The storm is expected to reach the Gulf Coast of Florida Thursday afternoon. Forecasters do not anticipate the storm will have significant impacts in Louisiana. -The Weather Channel
Tropical Depression #8 is now moving away from the North Carolina coast, but another tropical system will likely have a much bigger impact on the Carolina coast by the end of this week.
VERSE: “Let everything that has breath praise the LORD” Psalm 150
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