Named Storm Nestor – 2019. Gulf of Mexico and Southeastern US Named Storm Nestor – 2019 formed from Potential Tropical Cyclone # 16 a series of low pressure storms forming in the Gulf of Mexico. This storm area is moving generally northeast and will be affecting the southeastern US. Persons along the Gulf Coast from the Louisiana -Texas border and inland areas through the Carolinas should be monitoring this storm carefully. It has the potential for further development and will cause high winds, heavy rain, storm surge, rip currents, some tornadoes, beach erosion, and lowlands flooding to Gulf Coast areas and to inland areas in the US southeast.
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Tropical Storm Research Center, Gulf Shores, Alabama