HARLINGEN, Texas (ValleyCentral) – A reminder, hurricane season is well under way, as a system is bubbling up near the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico right now.
This area of low pressure is nothing more than a disorganized batch of thunderstorms but it has the interest of the National Hurricane Center.
The forecast outlook only puts a 10 percent chance for further development this coming week.
The same forecast keeps this tropical wave moving west toward the east coast of Mexico well south of the Valley, perhaps near Tampico by the weekend.
But the NHC says the disturbance is expected to move into unfavorable conditions later this week, ending its chances for any real development.
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