Tropical Storm Debby Forms in Gulf of Mexico; UCF Inside ConeBeyond UCF, News, Weather — By Staff on June 25, 2012 at 11:40 am Tweet
KnightNews.com is following breaking news in the tropics, where Tropical Storm Debby has formed.
Before it became a tropical storm, early models showed this system possibly coming toward UCF. Then, the track had it going away from Florida, toward Texas. But as of Monday morning’s update, the track shifted again toward Florida, taking it north of UCF, near Gainesville and UF. UCF, however, now remains in the cone of uncertainty of this storm, which had been hammering the UCF and USF areas with rain Sunday.
This storm’s track is uncertain. Keep checking back to KnightNews.com for the latest track and updates from the National Hurricane Center. We’ll also stay in close contact with UCF officials to see if it impacts any class schedules.
KnightNews.com will continue monitoring the tropics and let you know when we hear UCF may be in a storm’s path. Check back for updates this season. Below is our special hurricane report from last year, so you can see how UCF prepares when storms approach.