Here’s the latest on the disturbance in the Gulf, as of Thursday afternoon. Broad low pressure is centered near the tip of the Yucatan. Better winds aloft for development are offset to the east, so any organization will be slow. The computer model consensus is for the low to gradually organize and move north, before making a turn eastward. This results in an offshore flow across Acadiana, which means HOT weather this time of year. There is a decent chance of a tropical storm forming in the next couple days as winds aloft become more-favorable. The wettest weather looks to take aim on the Florida Peninsula, from Gainsville southward thru the Keys. We’ll keep you posted.