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The historic rainfall that inundated Texas in May continues to leave the soil saturated and rivers engorged.
But a scientist involved in a NASA-funded research project says it also could strengthen a storm moving inland from the Gulf of Mexico.
A broad area of low pressure that developed near the Yucatan Peninsula could brew nasty weather along the Texas and Louisiana coasts and inland.
Low-pressure systems can become tropical storms that gather power from the warm waters of the ocean, weakening as they move over land.
But the project has found some storms can actually strengthen over land by drawing from the evaporation of abundant soil moisture.
According to Marshall Shepherd, director of Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Georgia, the occurrence is called the "brown ocean" effect.
Shepherd added, "all the things a hurricane likes over the ocean is what we have over land right now."
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