Having gone through two and a half months of hurricane season with not so much as a strong sea breeze . . . bang!
Two named storms and a tropical depression withing 24 hours.
Tropical Storm Ana looks like it's headed for the Gulf of Mexico, and at this point it looks like it will remain a tropical storm or shrink to a depression, which is good. Once it reaches the Gulf, however, all bets are off.
Tropical Storm Bill prefers the Atlantic - at least for now - which is also good, because it shows good possibilities of strengthening to a major hurricane. Let's hope it stays at sea.
Both of these are still a week away - give or take.
And already in the Gulf, a tropical depression over near the Florida coast. It's forecast to move ashore later today or overnight somewhere along the Florida Panhandle. Not good for Texas, because it looks like a rainmaker. And we desperately need moisture.
I'll keep you posted.