The National Hurricane Center has raised the system being monitored in the Gulf of Mexico to 70 percent, with the ECMWF and CMC models lashing a tropical system at Texas in the next 7 days.
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The CMC model, on the other hand, retrogrades the system westward towards Mexico while achieving a central pressure reading below 980 millibars. Again, the system appears to be small but intense, and both models will have to be closely watched, as either scenario would result in a potential threat to life and property.