This morning, Hurricane Lee, a Category 3 storm, is gradually progressing northwestward. As Hurricane Lee advances northward, the East Coast will experience dangerous surf and powerful rip currents. The projected path indicates that Lee may approach New England by the weekend. Even regions outside the forecasted cone in New England might experience effects like coastal flooding, winds, and rainfall. Whether Lee will veer left towards Maine or continue its eastward trajectory towards Nova Scotia remains uncertain. However, recent models converge on a path nearer to Maine.
Hurricane Lee, Hurricane Margot, and the Atlantic tropical wave (80%) pose no threat to Texas.
Over the next seven days, the tropical wave has a significant likelihood of developing. The Central Atlantic’s high pressure is expected to guide this wave northward, causing minimal disruptions to the Caribbean. This same high pressure will cause Margot to loop around in place with limited mobility. Texas remains unaffected.
Refrain from fixing the initial forecast you come across, as predictions can evolve. Also, please refer to trustworthy sources for your tropical updates and projections.