Will it rain oil?

Posted by Trish Riley, June 26, 2010

The first tropical depression of the Atlantic 2010 hurricane season has formed in the southern Gulf of Mexico, but it is unclear if it will pass over the massive oil spill in the Gulf.

The storm is expected to become better organized, meteorologist Marie Trabert with the National Weather Service in Jacksonville said Friday.

“There is an 80 percent chance of this storm becoming a tropical cyclone,” Trabert said. The storm is forecast to slowly move north/northwest toward the Yucatan Peninsula.

Locally, the system that could become the region’s first tropical storm of the 2010 hurricane season — while it is far away — could bring some rainy weather to North Central

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