Testing out this blogging thing.
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Giving dashboard a test drive.
Texas could get some rain, an unorganized tropical wave about 600 miles east of the Lesser Antilles isn’t expected to do much in the next couple days and an area of interest will leave the African coast on Friday. While there are several things to watch now out in the Atlantic and the Gulf of Mexico, there’s nothing to worry about yet.
However, it’s always good to remember that anything can happen, especially since we’ve entered the historical high point of the hurricane season.