Disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico now likely to become a depression by Friday

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HARLINGEN, Texas (KVEO)—Showers and storms associated with an area of low pressure continue to meander over the Bay of Campeche.

The National Hurricane Center has increased the probability of depression or tropical storm forming to 90% over the next day or two as it slowly begins to move northward.

The chance of rainfall for the Rio Grande Valley depends on how close along the coast the disturbance gets.

Based on the current forecast model data, rain chances will go up for Thursday and Friday before hot and dry conditions take over for the upcoming weekend.

The 2021 Hurricane Season started a few weeks ago and now is the time to make sure your hurricane plan is completed. Don’t wait!

Hurricane season runs from June 1st through November 30th with an above active season expected.

For the latest on the hurricane season and how to prepare, click below:

Hurricane Special: Get ready for what is expected

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