It looks like Texas will not be getting the much needed rain that they have hoped and prayed for. Instead, Tropical Storm Nate is expected to slowly turn and hit Central Mexico in the coming days. Texas has faced a near record drought with record breaking heat and wildfires. Nate is currently moving at 3mph towards the northwest and is expected to turn more westwardly in the coming days. Currently, Nate has a max sustained winds of 65mph, making it a strong Tropical Storm.
Tropical Storm Maria has lost some steam and is currently moving west-northwest at 17 mph with a max sustained winds of 45mph. Maria is expected to pass through the Lesser Antilles tonight and then swing towards the northwest and probably swing in towards the East Coast before following Katia out to sea.
Hurricane Katia is currently a Category 1 storm, and it is over the open Atlantic moving northeast at 29 mph with a max sustained winds of 85mph. Barring a sudden and violent turn to the west, Katia is likely to head off towards Europe and not hit the United States at all.