TD 2 Slowly Organizing, Headed Towards Veracruz, Mexico
Posted: 9:50 AM EDT on June 19, 2013
Tropical Depression Two is slowly spinning west-northwest across the extreme southern Gulf of Mexico at 9 mph. The storm has a small area of heavy thunderstorms that are slowly showing more organization this morning, but the storm has little low-level spiral banding, poor upper-level outflow, and is fighting dry air on its west side. However, I expect TD 2 will have enough time to become Tropical Storm Barry before making landfall on Thursday near Veracruz.
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