1. Disturbance continues path toward Gulf | Weather  Victoria Advocate
  2. A tropical storm might actually impact Alabama on Sunday and Monday  The Washington Post
  3. Wednesday afternoon tropical update (9/11/19  WPTV News | West Palm Beach Florida
  4. Invest 95L Near the Bahamas May Develop Into a Tropical Storm This Weekend Over the Gulf of Mexico  The Weather Channel
  5. New tropical threat may emerge in eastern Gulf of Mexico  AOL
  6. View full coverage on Google News
The National Hurricane Center is watching a disturbance near the Bahamas, which could become Tropical Storm Humberto, affecting Florida and parts of the Gulf Coast.The National Hurricane Center is watching a disturbance near the Bahamas, which could become Tropical Storm Humberto, affecting Florida and parts of the Gulf Coast.

Tropical update: Humberto could impact Alabama, Gulf Coast on Sunday and Monday - The Washington Post

For now, it doesn't look like Houston will get much rain from this system, but everyone along the Gulf Coast will want to keep an eye on it.For now, it doesn't look like Houston will get much rain from this system, but everyone along the Gulf Coast will want to keep an eye on it.

Tropical disturbance in Gulf of Mexico | khou.com

TROPICAL STORM HUMBERTO may unleash torrential rainfall and dangerous winds according to forecasters. But what is the latest on the tropical disturbance?TROPICAL STORM HUMBERTO may unleash torrential rainfall and dangerous winds according to forecasters. But what is the latest on the tropical disturbance?

Tropical Storm Humberto path: Florida and Alabama on alert - Latest NOAA charts and maps | World | News | Express.co.uk

“NHC is now forecasting a 60% chance of a tropical depression or tropical storm developing in the Gulf of Mexico this weekend. If it become a storm, the name will be Humberto. For now this is an open tropical wave, and it is way too early to forecast impact for any specific point.”

James Spann on Twitter: "NHC is now forecasting a 60% chance of a tropical depression or tropical storm developing in the Gulf of Mexico this weekend. If it become a storm, the name will be Humberto. For now this is an open tropical wave, and it is way too early to forecast impact for any specific point.… https://t.co/vEVMcjhE2J"

“8 PM update: "a tropical depression is likely to form as [a] system moves slowly toward the west-northwest across the Florida Straits and southeastern Florida, and into the eastern Gulf of Mexico" -- NHC Medium chance (50%) that it happens before it reaches #Florida.”

John Morales on Twitter: "8 PM update: "a tropical depression is likely to form as [a] system moves slowly toward the west-northwest across the Florida Straits and southeastern Florida, and into the eastern Gulf of Mexico" -- NHC Medium chance (50%) that it happens before it reaches #Florida.… https://t.co/GReEzCa1IX"

“Hurricane season is not over -- in fact, we're at the peak point in middle-September. So, as the Gulf of Mexico may see a storm (Humberto), the Alabama jokes won't help matters. Let meteorologists do their jobs w/o further complications.”

Ryan Maue on Twitter: "Hurricane season is not over -- in fact, we're at the peak point in middle-September. So, as the Gulf of Mexico may see a storm (Humberto), the Alabama jokes won't help matters. Let meteorologists do their jobs w/o further complications."

“Watching the Gulf of Mexico for possible tropical development over the next 5 days.”

Brad Panovich on Twitter: "Watching the Gulf of Mexico for possible tropical development over the next 5 days.… "

A disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico is likely to form a tropical system but unlikely to impact the Texas coast.A disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico is likely to form a tropical system but unlikely to impact the Texas coast.

Disturbance continues path toward Gulf | Weather | victoriaadvocate.com

A possible storm is brewing in the Gulf of Mexico. Meteorologists say a tropical wave in the Gulf is showing a 50% chance of developing over the next five days. The 4 Zone Weather Team - certified 'Most Accurate' by WeatheRate - will keep an eye on the tropical developments into next week. As for Wednesday, there may be isolated storms that develop over the San Antonio area during the late morning and early afternoon. CLICK HERE for weather updates. A possible storm is brewing in the Gulf of Mexico. Meteorologists say a tropical wave in the Gulf is showing a 50% chance of developing over the next five days. The 4 Zone Weather Team - certified 'Most Accurate' by WeatheRate - will keep an eye on the tropical developments into next week. As for Wednesday, there may be isolated storms that develop over the San Antonio area during the late morning and early afternoon. CLICK HERE for weather updates.

Watching chance of isolated showers in San Antonio; tropical wave in the Gulf | WOAI

The first and more immediately threatening is a trough of low pressure over the eastern Bahamas: Invest 95L.The first and more immediately threatening is a trough of low pressure over the eastern Bahamas: Invest 95L.

Two Atlantic disturbances make for a thorny forecast | WeatherTiger

A tropical wave over the Southeast Bahamas now has a high chance for development as it moves into the Eastern Gulf of Mexico by the weekend. A tropical wave over the Southeast Bahamas now has a high chance for development as it moves into the Eastern Gulf of Mexico by the weekend.

National Hurricane Center: High chance for tropical development in the Gulf

Get the latest forecast from the Alabama Weather Blog: TROPICS: NHC is now forecasting a 60 percent chance of a tropical depression or tropical storm developing in the Gulf of Mexico this weekend. If it become a storm, the name will be “Humberto”. For now, guidance generally suggests this will not reach hurricane strength, but this is the climatological peak of the hurricane season, and any system in the Gulf needs to be watched for signs of rapid intensification.Get the latest forecast from the Alabama Weather Blog: TROPICS: NHC is now forecasting a 60 percent chance of a tropical depression or tropical storm developing in the Gulf of Mexico this weekend. If it become a storm, the name will be “Humberto”. For now, guidance generally suggests this will not reach hurricane strength, but this is the climatological peak of the hurricane season, and any system in the Gulf needs to be watched for signs of rapid intensification.

Tropical development in the Gulf this weekend becoming more likely | WBMA

The National Hurricane Center has highlighted three tropical waves in the Atlantic: (Source: WEAR-TV) Wave 1 is the closest to the United States. It is currently an unorganized area of low pressure near the Turks and Caicos Islands. The National Hurricane Center is giving this a 40% development chance over the next 48-hours and a high 70% development chance over the next 5 days.The National Hurricane Center has highlighted three tropical waves in the Atlantic: (Source: WEAR-TV) Wave 1 is the closest to the United States. It is currently an unorganized area of low pressure near the Turks and Caicos Islands. The National Hurricane Center is giving this a 40% development chance over the next 48-hours and a high 70% development chance over the next 5 days.

Tropical Development Possible in the Gulf this weekend | WEAR

A possible storm is brewing in the Gulf of Mexico. Meteorologists say a tropical wave in the Gulf is showing a 50% chance of developing over the next five days. The First Alert Weather Team will keep an eye on the tropical developments into next week. As for Wednesday, there may be isolated storms that develop over the San Antonio area during the late morning and early afternoon. CLICK HERE for weather updates. A possible storm is brewing in the Gulf of Mexico. Meteorologists say a tropical wave in the Gulf is showing a 50% chance of developing over the next five days. The First Alert Weather Team will keep an eye on the tropical developments into next week. As for Wednesday, there may be isolated storms that develop over the San Antonio area during the late morning and early afternoon. CLICK HERE for weather updates.

Tropical system could develop in Gulf of Mexico | KABB

Wednesday turned out to be a drier day than expected as winds were easterly instead of southerly across much of Southwest Louisiana. Easterly winds usher in slightly drier air and that was the case today, and that is why rain was more limited than expected. Get used to the dry weather because rainWednesday turned out to be a drier day than expected as winds were easterly instead of southerly across much of Southwest Louisiana. Easterly winds usher in slightly drier air and that was the case today, and that is why rain was more limited than expected. Get used to the dry weather because rain

FIRST ALERT FORECAST: Limited rain the next few days, watching the Gulf for tropical development this weekend

Invest 95 L the tropical disturbance is still over 500 miles away from the Suncoast but getting closer by the day.Invest 95 L the tropical disturbance is still over 500 miles away from the Suncoast but getting closer by the day.

Tropical system getting better organized near Cuba

A tropical wave sitting north of Haiti in the Southern Bahamas, Invest 95L, is likely to bring heavy rain to the Bahamas in the next few days. This system in expected to move into the Gulf of Mexic…

Tropical wave to enter the Gulf, bumping up local weekend rain chances – WKRG News 5

"Once that wind shear relaxes, this system is going to strengthen," stated AccuWeather Chief Broadcast Meteorologist Bernie Rayno."Once that wind shear relaxes, this system is going to strengthen," stated AccuWeather Chief Broadcast Meteorologist Bernie Rayno.

New tropical threat may emerge in eastern Gulf of Mexico - AOL Weather

The Bahamas will experience rain as well, which could inhibit recovery effort post Hurricane Dorian.The Bahamas will experience rain as well, which could inhibit recovery effort post Hurricane Dorian.

Disturbance in Atlantic means more rain for your weekend

A tropical wave that is expected to pass across Florida this weekend will likely become a tropical depression. A tropical wave that is expected to pass across Florida this weekend will likely become a tropical depression.

Depression likely to form as tropical wave moves towards Florida, Gulf of Mexico - Story | WOFL

A tropical disturbance in the far southeastern portion of the Gulf of Mexico now has higher chances of developing into a storm, although the likelihood of it directly impacting Southeast Texas is low, meteorologists say.

Chance for Gulf storm development increases but is unlikely to affect Houston - Houston Chronicle