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Scattered Showers and Storms for the Gulf Coast Sunday

26 Jan 2020, 4:51 am

A low pressure system moving along the Gulf Coast will bring some heavy showers and isolated storms Sunday.  Luckily the severe weather risk will be low, but a few strong storms can’t be ruled out of the forecast. Here is the very latest.


The low pressure system will be moving along the Gulf Coast throughout the day.  Some of the heaviest storms will likely be over the open Gulf waters, so the risk of severe weather shouldn’t be over land, but more for the coastal waters today.

Rainfall Forecast

Heavy rainfall will be possible across areas of Texas and Louisiana through Sunday night.  1-3 inches can’t be ruled out along the border of Texas and Louisiana. Keep checking with WeatherNation for more updates on this coastal low.

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