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Tropical Storm Barbara - 40% Chance for Development
Now there is a 40% chance that specific development will turn into either depressions or tropical storms pending on the continuous development of the envirnment from this point on. Actually, there are two areas , one which is south of the GUlf of Tehuantepec, now at that 40% chance of developing into a tropical storm. It is of the most concern because of where it is located in respect to the land mass around it. There is an extreemly good chance that this storm may become more organized and develop to a major concern as early as Tuesday. The second storm just located to the west of the more serious storm, only has about a 20% chance of developing, but the combination of the two storms will produce lots of rain, and maybe flooding is parts of Mexico. If the storm develops any further and given a name, it will be called Barbara. The 2013 East Pacific Storm names are as follows, considering that Alvin has already been used.