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The calendar says it's early February, but that is not stopping the tropics from trying to come alive in the south-central Gulf of Mexico. The area of concern is a cluster of showers and thunderstorms spinning in the southern Gulf of Mexico, near the Yucatan Peninsula. This rather weak area of low pressure has not only put the AccuWeather.com Hurricane Center on alert, but prompted the National Hurricane Center in Miami, Fla., to state, "this area is being closely monitored for possible further development."
Originally posted by JBRiddle
reply to post by WhoDat09
Well with all the weird weather we've been having this year, I'm not surprised. The Climate is in a period of flux, do to increased solar activity. I expect for the remainder of 2012 and 2013 we will see some weather pattern that are far from normal. What the future hold I can't say, but it should be an interesting not the less.