The Office of Emegency Management and the Spaceflight Meteorology Group are monitoring the progress of Hurricane Beryl.

From the Spaceflight Meteorology Group:

At 10AM CDT, Hurricane Beryl was located at 20.7N 88.3 or 755 miles SE of JSC, moving WNW at 16 MPH. Maximum sustained winds were 85 MPH.

Hurricane Beryl is forecast to weaken today as it crosses the Yucatan peninsula but slowly strengthen after emerging into the southern Gulf of Mexico tonight and tomorrow. The NHC forecast track has shifted slightly northward and JSC is now in the cone-of-uncertainty. For now Beryl appears most likely to make landfall again somewhere in south Texas Sunday morning.

Tropical Weather Info from National Hurricane Center: