Tropical Storm Fernand Forms In Gulf Of Mexico
Tropical depression number six was upgraded yesterday to Tropical Storm Fernand. The storm shouldn’t be a threat to the United States coast but it could cause flooding issues for Mexico. The storm was upgraded yesterday to a minimal tropical storm and is expected to be downgraded by later today.
The current forecast track for Fernand has it onshore in the mountains of Mexico where it should weaken and eventually rain itself out. Could the tropical moisture from Fernand materialize as increased rain chances for Acadiana later in the week. Here is what Dave Baker’s extended outlook has projected for your work week.