NHC Reports: Fred expected to regenerate into Tropical Cyclone soon

The National Hurricane Center, in a recent update, has informed that remnants of Fred is expected to regenerate into a tropical Cyclone soon over the Gulf of Mexico.

The National Hurricane Center, in a recent update, has informed that remnants of Fred is expected to regenerate into a tropical Cyclone soon over the Gulf of Mexico.

As per the forecast, it would also bring a risk of tropical storm conditions to the areas of the Northern Gulf Coast, especially from the coastal Mississippi to the Florida panhandle commencing from the night of Monday.

The NHC center has warned that heavy rainfall could lead to areal, urban, and small stream flooding impacts and can also cause new and renewed river flooding across Southern Florida, the Big Bend and Panhandle throughout Monday.

According to the forecaster’s prediction, from Monday onwards, heavy rainfall and flood impacts could also0 possibly extend into the other portions of the Southeast and into the Southern and Central Appalachians and Piedmont as Fred interacts with the front in the area.

The National Hurricane Center further added that disorganized Grace continues Moving West-Northwestward over the Northeastern Caribbean Sea as per the Tropical Storm Grace Advisory.

As per NHC, Fred was forecast to move across the Gulf before reaching the coast Monday night or Tuesday morning. Forecasters stated that the people from Alabama to the central Florida Panhandle should monitor the system’s progress.

While a tropical storm watch was also issued from the Alabama and Florida border to Ochlockonee, Florida. The system’s maximum continued winds increased to 40 mph (65 kph) on Sunday morning.

As per the warnings issued for Fred, the government of Florida Ron DeSantis announced a state of emergency for the state’s Panhandle region. While the Alabama government – Kay Ivey, issued a statement Saturday saying her administration was monitoring the weather and would be ready to act from the country level if the need arises.

Fred’s remains were located early Sunday about – 450 miles (725 kilometres) south-southeast of Pensacola, Florida, & were moving north-northwest at eight mph (13 kph).