10/23 – Rob’s TFI Friday/Weekend Forecast

A surface low-pressure system will continue to develop and move NE from the Texas coast. This will be a fairly strong low as it emerges from near the mid Texas coast line. The energy will be what is left over from hurricane Patricia currently over the east Pacific and expected to move into Mexico…winds and tides will rise mainly along the NW gulf coast. As the low begins to stall near the NW gulf coast…a continuous band of showers/thunderstorms will move onshore. The heaviest rainfall is expected Sunday evening through Tuesday night as the boundary goes stationary along the northern Gulf. The next problem may come in the form of SEVERE WEATHER where waterspouts and tornadoes can`t be ruled out. Severe parameters should be at its highest potential Sunday afternoon through Monday. Some rainfall will remain in place through Wednesday night as the low ejects and a strong cold front moves through Thursday morning.

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