The tropical Atlantic Ocean is active unusually and so it is an early hurricane season. Bret, the tropical storm formed late afternoon on Monday near the Windward Islands and this was an unusual location and very early this year.
Meanwhile, currently a second disturbance over the southern Gulf of Mexico may result in very heavy rain, flooding to the northern U.S. Gulf Coast by the mid- week. Owing to the formation of a tropical storm, named Cindy, the National Hurricane Center has released a warning of the tropical storm for the Intracoastal City in Louisiana to the Mouth of the Pearl River.
The Gulf disturbance is anticipated to become a Tropical Storm Cindy or tropical depression shortly. The location is over an area that is truly favorable for development in June, and this is the place past June tropical storms have formed.
The forecast for its strong is uncertain, but residents along the northern Gulf Coast are asked to monitor the storm closely, as flooding owing to heavy rain and storm surge are likely.
Satellite imagery of the disturbance reveals poorly organization at least for the moment, and this is in association with the thunderstorm activity that is displaced towards the east of the center. But model guidance reveals that the conditions should be really favorable for organization, and so that it intensifies in the furute as it heads up toward the northern Gulf coast.
At this point, it is expected that heavy rain will be on Wednesday and Thursday from eastern Louisiana to the Florida panhandle. It may be three to six inches or more rain is a possibility, along with flash flooding.