Post by SCOT PILIE' on Jun 5, 2019 11:55:58 GMT -6
If it look like a duck, swims like a duck, quacks like a duck....then?
Named tropical storm or not, Invest 91L is packing a punch this afternoon in southeastern Texas... and looking very much like a tropical depression or weak tropical storm. with a sloppy rain shield on the eastern side of an area of low pressure that has developed just south of Houston...
Large shield of heavy rain & potential for flash flooding tonight into tomorrow across Louisiana!
Post by crashtestdummy on Jun 5, 2019 13:17:16 GMT -6
Indeed. The rains appear to be circling around an open area just at the coast of Texas, east of Corpus Christi. Our winds are out of the ESE, which correlates with the direction of the rains in the radar image.
Post by grisairgasm on Jun 5, 2019 13:47:06 GMT -6
I’m noticing the west side of the low near Houston and the abrupt end of the precipitation. Seems like it could possibly move out of here later tomorrow. But based on the forecast and FF watch I guess it may slow down and/or a lot of divergence between the high to the E and the upper low to the NW. Hopefully rain totals will only be high in some isolated areas.