Emergency-management officials advised Panhandle residents to pay attention to a storm system that moved into the northern Gulf of Mexico on Monday.

Storm Could Douse Northwest Florida

Emergency-management officials advised Panhandle residents to pay attention to a storm system that moved into the northern Gulf of Mexico on Monday.

Emergency-management officials advised Panhandle residents to pay attention to a storm system that moved into the northern Gulf of Mexico on Monday.

The unnamed system, which had a 30 percent chance of becoming a tropical storm by the end of the week, is expected to bring showers and thunderstorms to northern Florida, along with concerns about flash flooding and rip currents, according to the state Division of Emergency Management.

“Regardless of development, heavy rains will be possible along portions of the northern Gulf Coast from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle over the next several days,” the National Hurricane Center said Monday.

If named, the system would be Danielle.

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