If you are new to the site you may not know that I have followers in Texas and Florida and a couple years back I polled followers and they told me that they wanted to see Hurricane information, so in 2017 Harvey was the first Hurricane that we extensively followed.
Travelers headed anywhere on the Gulf of Mexico late next week are going to have to keep their eyes on possible tropical development. The Euro is showing development in the Gulf on Thursday, strengthening to a low-end Cat 2 before making landfall near the Alabama/Mississippi border. This far out, the actual path may vary, in fact, the GFS shows no development but I don’t trust the GFS whereas the Euro has been dead on nearly every tropical event for the last several years. It was the Euro that predicted the 40-60 inch rains when Hurricane Harvey stalled over the Houston area, the Euro predicted it nearly a week before it happened.
So here is Thursday, these are winds, you will the scale in the next couple of pictures.
Saturday morning landfall
Saturday morning pressure and winds, the lower the pressure the stronger the hurricane.
Something to keep an eye on for sure!