SAT – 07/06/19
Good Saturday… As you can see by the shots, there is some knee to thigh high clean little mushers out there to play on. My good friend and his crew from Calvary Chapel NW Houston were out catching a few. The winds will be light all day so good conditions on the beach to go out and play on the small clean surf. Could be an interesting week in the Gulf, see below….
A frontal boundary will push southward into the northern and northeastern Gulf of Mexico by late Monday and then remain stalled over the northern and northeastern Gulf of Mexico through at least Wednesday. At the same time this is happening, an upper level weather disturbance will move into the northeastern Gulf of Mexico on Monday night and Tuesday morning. The interaction between the stalled frontal system and that weather disturbance could lead to the development of a tropical system over the northern or northeastern Gulf of Mexico by Wednesday and Thursday of next week. It needs to be pointed out that there continues to be a ton of uncertainty with this possible system and the key word is going to be location, location, location – meaning, the further south the weather disturbance moves in the Gulf of Mexico, the greater chance there will be for tropical development. It needs to be emphasized that the weather pattern for next week looks quite favorable for some sort of tropical development in the northern and northeastern Gulf of Mexico and it is something that needs to be watched very closely.