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Latest models for tropical system Invest 98-L released

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As of Thursday, there is still a lot of uncertainty in the tropics when it comes to Invest 98-L.The yet-to-be-named tropical system could potentially track into the Gulf of Mexico next week before making landfall.While some models track the system into the Gulf, others have it heading towards south Florida and into the Atlantic. We will have a better idea by early next week where or if the US sees any impact.Your Local ForecastGeorgia, South Carolina Hurricane Guide: What you need to know for the 2022 storm seasonDownload the WJCL Weather AppBelow are the latest spaghetti models showing the potential path of the system.The system follows Hurricane Fiona, a category 4 storm that led to coastal advisories in Georgia and South Carolina. A threat of dangerous rip currents remains in our area through Friday night. INVEST 98-L will likely be named later this week. The next named storm will be Hermine.Just to show the range in current models, the latest European model shows a shift to the east and an impact early Tuesday afternoon near Miami while the GFS shows impacts in the Mississippi and Alabama area early Saturday morning.Stay with WJCL as we continue to monitor the system. Below file video: What to pack in the event of a hurricane evacuation

As of Thursday, there is still a lot of uncertainty in the tropics when it comes to Invest 98-L.

The yet-to-be-named tropical system could potentially track into the Gulf of Mexico next week before making landfall.

While some models track the system into the Gulf, others have it heading towards south Florida and into the Atlantic. We will have a better idea by early next week where or if the US sees any impact.

Below are the latest spaghetti models showing the potential path of the system.

The system follows Hurricane Fiona, a category 4 storm that led to coastal advisories in Georgia and South Carolina. A threat of dangerous rip currents remains in our area through Friday night.

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INVEST 98-L will likely be named later this week. The next named storm will be Hermine.

Just to show the range in current models, the latest European model shows a shift to the east and an impact early Tuesday afternoon near Miami while the GFS shows impacts in the Mississippi and Alabama area early Saturday morning.

Stay with WJCL as we continue to monitor the system.

Below file video: What to pack in the event of a hurricane evacuation

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