Forecasters say resurgent remnants of Tropical Storm Harvey could threaten Texas late this week.
Residents in South Florida will definitely want to keep an eye on a tropical system in the Atlantic that has the potential to develop into a tropical storm next week.
Tropical Storm Harvey formed in the Atlantic Thursday, according to the National Hurricane Center in Miami.
As many as four systems could be in play by the weekend as officials investigate the tropical waves in the Atlantic Ocean.
Forecasters say Gert has strengthened to become the second hurricane of the season in the Atlantic Ocean.
Franklin has become the first Atlantic hurricane of the season as it moves toward Mexico's Gulf coast.
This included a higher likelihood of an above-normal season, increasing the probability from 45% to 60%.
Stringent building code enforcement followed in Miami after the storm 25 years ago, but so did population growth, coastal development and climate change.
Tropical Storm Franklin could be near hurricane strength when it hits Mexico's Yucatan peninsula Monday evening.
It was expected to hold that course, making landfall at the Yucatan Monday evening, then crossing over the Gulf Tuesday on a path to central Mexico.