MIAMI -- A tropical wave making its way over Haiti and the Dominican Republic is headed toward southeast Texas, though it has a low chance of strengthening over the next few days.
The National Hurricane Center said in an advisory Sunday that the system hovering over the southwestern Atlantic waters should move over the central part of the Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday.
There is a succession of tropical waves circling the Caribbean that could continue to bring rainy weather.
There is a 20% chance that the new disturbance, which is "producing disorganized rain activity," will continue to grow over the next five days, starting on Wednesday and Thursday, as it moves along its path west northwest-ward.
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