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Tropical disturbance in the Gulf has not become better organized

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A picture of the tropical satellite as of Monday June 19th, 2017 A picture of the tropical satellite as of Monday June 19th, 2017
CORPUS CHRISTI -

The tropical disturbance in the Gulf has not become better organized today. 

The tropical disturbance in the NW Caribbean will stay away from South Texas as long as the upper-level high does not build further east and blocks the system off from moving north.

 Uncertainty continues with this system and bears watching as we are on the dry side.

We will continue to observe this situation.

We're also tracking a separate area of disturbance in the far Eastern Atlantic, and will keep you posted.

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