Meteorologists are monitoring an area of disturbed weather just off the Texas Coast.
The National Weather Service said an area of disturbed weather in the Gulf of Mexico has a 20% chance of developing into a tropical storm within the next five days.
The National Hurricane Center continues to monitor a disturbance in the southwest Atlantic Ocean that is expected to develop into a tropical system.
The Salvation Army’s emergency disaster response teams in Texas have already deployed to Florida in advance of Hurricane Dorian’s expected landfall there.
Meteorologists are monitoring a low pressure system expected to impact the eastern Mexican coast that could bring some wind and rain to South Texas.
A disturbance in the central Gulf of Mexico was upgraded Sunday evening to a 40% chance of development during the next five days as the associated wave moves westward toward Mexico.
A Heat Advisory is in effect today for the Victoria Crossroads, the Coastal Bend and barrier islands, and for portions of the Brush Country from noon until 6 p.m.
Tropical Storm Barry was expected to continue toward Louisiana on Friday as a hurricane warning remained in effect for portions of the state’s coast.
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