Possibility of coastal flooding Gulf of Mexico
General overview Sunday 25th October 2015
Although there are no tropical disturbances in the Atlantic, a non-tropical area of low pressure will continue to produce heavy squalls and 20 to 30 knot sustained winds with gusts locally up to 55 knots across portions of the far northwest Gulf of Mexico this afternoon. Higher than normal tides will likely cause coastal flooding along the upper Texas and western Louisiana coasts. Any coastal flooding could easily be exacerbated by heavy rainfall. The system will weaken and move ashore into Louisiana by this evening.
Otherwise, stand easy.