Significant Tropical Disturbance Advisory – Atlantic – Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Please see the attached Significant Tropical Disturbance Advisory – Atlantic for Tuesday, August 22, 2017.

Significant Tropical Disturbance Advisory – Harvey #28A

There is no significant change to the previous forecast reasoning. A continued northwest track toward the central Texas coast is forecast through Friday. More rapid intensification is still expected on Thursday and Friday as Harvey approaches Texas. Current indications are that Harvey will pose a major threat for excessive rainfall and significant inland flooding over portions of Texas Friday through Monday. It is worth noting that Harvey will move slowly over Texas this weekend and may eventually move back over the northwest Gulf early next week resulting in a threat for re-intensification.

Please see the attached Significant Tropical Disturbance Advisory – Atlantic for Tuesday, August 22, 2017.

Significant Tropical Disturbance Advisory – Harvey #29

Tropical Disturbance Harvey has moved into the Bay of Campeche and will track northwestward into the Texas Coast within the 72-96 hours. Intensification into a strong tropical storm or hurricane is likely as the center approaches Texas. Extreme rainfall totals and widespread flooding is still expected over East Texas through the weekend.

Please see the attached Significant Tropical Disturbance Advisory – Atlantic for Wednesday, August 23, 2017.

Significant Tropical Disturbance Advisory – Harvey #29A

Tropical Disturbance Harvey continues to organize over the Bay of Campeche, however, a low-level circulation is not yet evident. A tropical depression or storm is expected to form later Wednesday and then track northwestward into the western Gulf of Mexico. Landfall over Texas is likely, and dangerous flooding is anticipated over portions East Texas late this week through the weekend.


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