The National Hurricane Center has issued a hurricane warning for the Gulf of Coast from Baffin Bay, Texas to La Cruz, Mexico.
The warning has been enforced because the conditions and tropical storm-force winds are expected in the projected areas within 36 hours.
Tropical Storm Alex approached hurricane strength early Tuesday and has been on path towards northwestern coast of Mexico Yucatan peninsula in the Bay of Campeche ever since.
Fortunately the storm is continuing to move away from the massive BP oil predicament near the Louisiana coast in the northern Gulf of Mexico moving at 8 miles per hour rate. Keep up with the reports by visiting CNN.com today.
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