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There seems to be no end in sight to the deluge over the Southeast. The stagnant wet pattern will persist throughout the remainder of this week and into the holiday weekend. Causing this dreary pattern is a broad upper-level low over the Gulf of Mexico and a strong Bermuda High over the western Atlantic Ocean. Their proximity has resulted in the development of an atmospheric river from the Caribbean Sea into the Southern US, whereby deep tropical moisture is being funneled northward. Elevating the flood risk for the weekend is a broad surface low centered just east of Central America.ย  The disturbance, dubbed Invest 90L by the National Hurricane Center, will be pulled northward by the atmospheric river toward the Gulf of Mexico. The National Hurricane Center has given the low a 50% chance of tropical development within the next five days. Whether Invest 90L becomes Tropical Storm Alberto or…