Hurricane Kenneth powers up in Pacific far off Mexico coast

Hurricane Kenneth powers up in Pacific far off Mexico coast

Two other systems have only 10 percent chances of developing into more severe tropical weather, the center said Sunday morning. For places like Birmingham, Tuscaloosa, Anniston and Gadsden, it looks generally dry both days with a good supply of sunshine and highs in the upper 80s. The system has a near 100 percent chance of forming into a storm over the next five days.

The low is expected to move off to NW into the southern Gulf of Mexico and get better organized where it could become a tropical depression or even a tropical storm by Wednesday evening.

The remnants are expected to move westward across the central Caribbean Sea on Sunday and across the western Caribbean Sea toward Central America on Monday.

Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center in Miami are keeping their eye on a patch of disturbed weather they say still has the potential to form into a tropical cyclone and possible target Florida. Pleasant air will settle in behind the rain for late week and into the weekend.

For now, areas along the Texas Gulf Coast are currently under the biggest threat, this could include Corpus Christi. It's too early to specify a landfall point; there is still some model disagreement.

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By the mid-week, Harvey's remnants should move into the Bay of Campeche, where some forecasts suggest Harvey could reform. While southeast Louisiana and southern MS would be far enough away from the initial landfall, a threat could still exist.

Well, for several days we've been watching and waiting.and waiting.and waiting to see if Invest 92L overcomes it's hostile environment to develop into a depression or Tropical Storm Irma.

The rest of the Atlantic basin is fairly quiet.

Tonight expect a couple lingering showers, but skies should clear quickly as the night wears on. You can watch it live here.

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