According to the National Weather Service, a broad area of low pressure in the eastern Gulf of Mexico is expected to move west and northwest across the central and northwest gulf through Thursday night.
This low has the potential to evolve into a subtropical or tropical system in the central or northwest gulf.
Moderate to strong northeast winds of 15 to 25 mph over the near shore coastal waters are expected to turn east Wednesday into Wednesday night and southeast on Thursday.
Easterly winds will push tidal water into the tidal lakes and
along coastal Mississippi and coastal Louisiana. Astronomical high
tides are expected generally each morning through Friday and
depending on the strength and position of this system, tidal
flooding is possible outside of hurricane levee protection areas
late Wednesday through early Friday.
A coastal flood watch may be issued for this time. There is still a great deal of uncertainty on the development, strength and position of this system.
I just CAN'T wait.