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Gulf of Mexico Weather: Florida officials getting ready as Hurricane Center monitoring system approaching

Late this weekend or early next week, a tropical depression is anticipated to form over the western Caribbean Sea and eastern Gulf of Mexico weather and move generally northward.

Hurricane formation in the Gulf of Mexico weather (Photo: CNN)

Hurricane Formation in the Gulf of Mexico Weather

Forecasters stated that by next week, Florida might be affected by a growing tropical system in the Caribbean that isn’t even a depression or storm yet. The system is headed for the Gulf of Mexico weather.

According to Chris Dolce, a meteorologist with, “the likelihood of a tropical depression or storm forming has increased in Gulf of Mexico weather, especially for later this weekend into early next week.” It’s too soon to say how much this system will damage Florida, but it will probably hit sometime between Tuesday and Wednesday.

Idalia (pronounced “ee-DAL-ya”), the following named storm of the 2023 Atlantic hurricane season, will make landfall. According to the National Hurricane Center, there is an 80% likelihood that this system will develop. Environmental conditions appear favorable for the gradual development of this system during the next several days.

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Gulf of Mexico Weather ‘Spaghetti Models’ Forecast

Authorities have started preparing because Florida may be in the storm’s path. According to the governor’s official calendar, he spoke with the director of the Division of Emergency Management on Thursday due to the forming Gulf of Mexico weather.

A wide range of forecasting models is referred to as “spaghetti models”. The models depicted below as of Friday afternoon are predictions and not the high-level ensemble models forecasters use to project a course once a storm begins; instead, they are based on past storm performance and probable wind shear based on Gulf of Mexico weather.

Tropical Storm Franklin is still circling in the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico weather and somewhere else in the Atlantic basin. The hurricane center predicted that Franklin would continue to be far offshore and possibly intensify into a hurricane during the next few days.

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