This NOAA satellite image taken Tuesday, June 29, 2010 at 10:45 AM EDT shows Tropical Storm Alex in the Gulf of Mexico, about 300 miles southeast of Brownsville Texas.  This system has produced significant rainfall in Mexico and numerous strong showers and thunderstorms are developing around the center of the storm. Some showers have reached the coastal plains and waters from Mexico to Louisiana. In addition, widespread showers and thunderstorms are popping up across the southern states from Texas eastward to the Carolinas. Moving to the Northeast, a cold front stretches from the New Jersey Coast southwestward through the northern Tennessee Valley.  (AP PHOTO/WEATHER UNDERGROUND)

This NOAA satellite image taken Tuesday, June 29, 2010 at 10:45 AM EDT shows Tropical Storm Alex in the Gulf of Mexico, about 300 miles southeast of Brownsville Texas. This system has produced significant rainfall in Mexico and numerous strong showers and thunderstorms are developing around the center of the storm. Some showers have reached the coastal plains and waters from Mexico to Louisiana. In addition, widespread showers and thunderstorms are popping up across the southern states from Texas eastward to the Carolinas. Moving to the Northeast, a cold front stretches from the New Jersey Coast southwestward through the northern Tennessee Valley. (AP PHOTO/WEATHER UNDERGROUND)

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