Alex has even as 93L has been going more West and South than thought. I believe it will continue to do so and follow a typical late June track into central Mexico instead of a track similar to Audrey.
But everyone should be careful. If Alex lingers and gets stronger and has a longer period of time over water, it could still be a problem for Texas (Brownsville/Corpus).
It is fortunate that Alex formed later than sooner, he is a big storm and with a lot of ingredients are there for strengthening. If alex would have made the Yucatan channel or even futher North of the Yucatan peninsula, the oil retrieving efforts would surely have suffered.
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