There are two areas of disturbed weather in the Gulf of Mexico that the National Hurricane Center is monitoring. As of today, neither system appears to be a significant threat for the Louisiana coastline.
Conditions in the Southwest Gulf of Mexico are very conducive for tropical development and the Hurricane Center is projecting a 50% chance that this system could get organized into at least a tropical depression.
Tropical Storm Cristobal is expected to be no threat to the United States mainland. However, another tropical wave is lurking in the far east Atlantic. Could this system become Dolly over the next few days?