Tag Archives: Gulf of Mexico

WEATHER: Tropical System Update (Tues 1:15 pm)

According to the National Weather Service in Tallahassee, the Florida panhandle and southwest Georgia will see significant rainfall associated with the storm system moving through the Gulf of Mexico. From the National Weather Service: Potential Flooding: At this point, the Florida Panhandle is projected to see the heaviest rainfall with 3-6″ expected. Forecast rainfall amounts gradually decrease to… Read More »

WEATHER: Tropical System Developing in Gulf – Potential SWGA Impacts and Early Predictions

The National Atmospheric and Oceanic Administration is predicting a tropical system will develop in the Gulf of Mexico in the next couple of days.  The potential impact to southwest Georgia is possible, but at this time, still hard to predict. “Key Messages ** A tropical system is poised to enter the Gulf of Mexico on Monday with impacts possible… Read More »

NEWS: Possible Tropical Systems in the Gulf, Wet Work Week in Store, Bainbridge Family on Price is Right and More

LONG BEACH, FL (POST SEARCHLIGHT) – A Bainbridge family was featured on the Price is Right gameshow (RNN) – Forecasters with the National Hurricane Center are watching two tropical systems in the Atlantic basin that have a potential to become tropical storms in the next couple of days. BEN HILL CO., GA – We could learn more about… Read More »

WEATHER: Governor Deal Issues State of Emergency for Decatur County

Governor Nathan Deal has issued a state of emergency for many counties in south Georgia, including Decatur, Miller, Seminole, Early, Mitchell, Grady, Thomas and more.  Also, the Decatur County Emergency Management Agency released the following at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday: PRESS RELEASE THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE ADVISES: TROPICAL STORM HERMINE IN THE CENTRAL GULF OF MEXICO WILL SLOWLY… Read More »