Remnants of Isaac may reform in the Gulf of Mexico

9:28 PM, Sep 5, 2012   |    comments
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CLEVELAND - Last week's Hurricane Isaac may not be finished with the Gulf Coast.

The National Hurricane Center says there is a 50% chance that a chunk of energy that was once Isaac has moved back southward into the Gulf of Mexico and may redevelop into another tropical system.

On Wednesday evening, the system was located just off the Alabama coastline with a large area of showers and thunderstorms south and southwest of the center of circulation.

Winds will be marginally favorable for further development over the next 48 hours says the Hurricane Center.

If the system becomes a storm, this system would named Nadine.

 

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