A tropical disturbance is in the Gulf of Mexico, and the National Weather Service says it’s unlikely to become a named storm. However, the disturbance will cause some weather issues in the area.
“Regardless of whether it becomes a named storm, we will get a lot of moisture and heavy rainfall from it,” said National Weather Service Meteorologist Tim Cady.
Cady said Montgomery County can expect heavy rainfall Tuesday through Thursday, with the forecast calling for four to six inches widespread, and some areas could get higher rainfall totals.
Cady said with the heavy rainfall, there’s the possibility of flooded streets. He advises people to remember the phrase “Turn Around, Don’t Drown.”
The National Weather Service says the forecast could change, as they’re still monitoring the activity and weather models.
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