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Tropical Storm Carlotta pounds Mexico's coast - Latest forecast, path, track today - live updates

Tropical Storm Carlotta pounds Mexico's coast - Latest forecast, path, track today - live updates

Rain is not a guarantee for everyone due to the scattered nature of the storms, but rain chances both Monday and Tuesday will be around 40%, which is the highest we have seen over the last week. Overnight lows will be in the mid 70s. Temperatures will be a tad cooler as well and are expected to be in the mid-80s to low 90s. The disorganized system moving northwest in the Gulf towards the Texas coast will trigger showers and thunderstorms along the coast that will then move north into the ArkLaTex. Upper level high will drift back southeast from Tennessee valley to Florida later today and slowly settling over northeast Gulf and Florida Tuesday through Thursday.

Tropical storm-force winds are expected in the warning area into Sunday. So, for the final few days of spring expect a mix of sun and clouds; hot, muggy days will continue with scattered showers and storms, mostly during the peak of the daytime heating process.


Heaviest rains will likely be between Corpus Christi and Victoria on the Texas coast, but the event will bring anywhere from one to three inches to areas along the I-35 corridor. Most of this has been south and west of metro New Orleans today. "1" to 3" rainfalls will be common between late tonight and Thursday.

The hurricane center said the storm threatens torrential rains for the coastline of the southern states of Guerrero and Oaxaca, with up to 10 inches possible in some areas.

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