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Invest 92L has high chance of tropical development
The National Hurricane Center (NHC) is monitoring Invest 92L as it has a high chance of tropical development as it spins across the Atlantic.
Invest 92L is moving westward across the Atlantic and is expected to continue to organize into a tropical depression or tropical storm within the next day or two.
And while the NHC says its focus remains on Invest 92L becoming a tropical depression or tropical storm, it is also now monitoring an additional tropical disturbance south of the Cabo Verde Islands that has a low chance of development.
Severe weather threatens the Southeast on Monday
The FOX Forecast Center continues to track multiple days of severe storms across the South after a suspected tornado near Louin, Mississippi, turned deadly Sunday night.
Severe thunderstorms are expected Monday from Louisiana to Florida and up through the Carolinas.
Early-summer scorcher in the South
The relentless heat baking Texas and parts of the South will continue into the first part of the workweek, with officials urging residents to take precautions to prevent heat-related illnesses.
The FOX Forecast Center said record highs will likely be set nearly every day this week.
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