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Tropical Moisture And Upper Level Trough Combining To Cause Flash Flooding In Texas And Iowa Today

Hello everyone! The tropical disturbance located off the Southern Texas coastline, dubbed 91L by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) will remain the focal point for active weather across the US again today. The system itself will continue to pose a flash flood risk to Southern/Coastal Texas, while moisture siphoned north from the system will help drive heavy rains over parts of Iowa and adjacent areas in the Upper Midwest, which will also pose a substantial flash flood threat. Here’s a look at GOES-East water vapor satellite imagery which highlights the atmospheric features responsible for today’s flood threats. 91L is clearly


91L Continuing To Bring Downpours To Texas And Louisiana

Hello everyone! Today’s main weather feature to watch will be the tropical disturbance 91L as it meanders slowly through the western Gulf of Mexico. It will continue to bring periods of heavy rain to much of southern/coastal Texas, while the immediate shoreline sees intermittent breezy conditions. Flash flooding remains this system’s greatest threat. Here’s a look at GOES-East satellite imagery of the system this morning. Note its continued state of disorganization. Clusters of stronger thunderstorm activity pop up and dissipate with little to no discernible pattern. This is due to an upper level trough in the area that is preventing