Flooding lessens in Texas from remnants of Imelda and Jerry is headed for Bermuda

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The tropics are very active — we are tracking Humberto, Imelda, Jerry and two other tropical waves.

Humberto is now a post-tropical storm in the North Atlantic and will die a slow death over the colder waters.

Bands of heavy rain have tapered off over southeastern Texas and western Louisiana.  Some areas southwest of Beaumont have had over 40 inches of rain this week.

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Jerry is a tropical storm having weakened some. Here is the track from the National Hurricane Center, showing that Jerry could threaten Bermuda next Tuesday, the 24th.

Click here to see the animated satellite loop of Jerry.

Here are the spaghetti models on Jerry’s path forward.

2019 Atlantic Hurricane Names

2019 Atlantic Hurricane Names

Atlantic Hurricane Names 2019


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