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A weak low in the Gulf

Reported by: John Dolusic
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Updated: 8/21/2013 8:29 am
Lots of people have been asking about the low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico.  The area of low pressure in the Gulf of Mexico has not developed into a tropical storm and most likely will not develop into one prior to its move on shore, which should be either Mexico or Texas.  However, we will still see some rain and storms from this system.  We will however miss out on the main moisture for the immediate future, which will continue to stay to our southeast on Sunday.  However, by Monday we will see a little better chance of this area of moisture becoming a little more dispersed over most of Eastern Mississippi and Western Alabama, if all holds true on what the current computer models are showing.
Temperatures, both for daytime highs and overnight lows will gradually rise as we work our way into middle to late sections of the upcoming work week.  By middle to late next week we will be back to nearly normal temperatures for the later portion of August.  Most highs will be in the lower 90s and most overnight lows will end up in the lower 70s.
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