Tropical Storm Debby a Memory. Still Watching the Tropics
There are two areas of disturbed weather having only a slight potential of development over the next 24-48 hours according to the National Hurricane Center.
Our first area is the remnants of what was once Tropical Storm Debby. It is now just a disorganized low pressure system 490 miles south-southeast of Halifax, Nova Scotia. The other is a disturbed area of weather in the northwestern Gulf of Mexico interacting with an upper-level low over Northern Mexico.
Make sure to monitor the latest tropical weather forecasts or news and be prepared before the storm is at your door. Have a Hurricane Preparedness plan in place for you and your family. The up two week supply of essentials are Canned Foods, Bottled Water, Weather Radio, Batteries, First Aid Kit, Multivitamins, Sunscreen,Extra Cash
from ATM’s, Bug Repellant, Flashlights, Valuable documentation, non-perishable food items, extra gas for generators or vehicles as gas stations will not work after a storm passes due to power outages. Stay ahead of the storm!!
Posted on June 30, 2012, in Health, National Security, Science and tagged Atlantic Ocean, Atmospheric Sciences, Canning, Caribbean, Central Florida, City of Halifax, Earth Sciences, Florida, Gulf of Mexico, Hurricane Preparedness, National Hurricane Center, Storm Debby, Tropical Storm Debby. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.