Possible tropical disturbance in Gulf of Mexico

HOUSTON, July 7, 2019 – The National Hurricane Center (NHC) is actively monitoring a storm system expected to form into a low pressure system over the Gulf of Mexico later this week. If low pressure does, in fact, develop and enough rain persists, there’s a high chance of a tropical depression or storm forming.

The storm has the potential to bring heavy pockets of rain and flash flooding, however the areas of which the storm is expected to fall is still uncertain. Computer models show the storm moving towards Florida, while others show the storm moving towards Texas.

Wherever the storm may make its landing, Sun Coast Resources, Inc. is prepared and equipped to respond accordingly. Since 2004, we’ve responded to more than 40 named storms across the country. Our emergency response team provides critical fuel to temporary fueling locations, emergency fleets, employee vehicles, RVs and generators. From our around-the-clock dispatch center to our comprehensive arsenal of emergency response equipment, Sun Coast keeps America running – 24/7.

Contact us today to learn more about how we can partner together to ensure you’re prepared when disaster strikes. Give us a call at (800) 677-FUEL (3835) or send us an email at sales@nullsuncoastresources.com.