As Texas, Florida and Puerto Rico recover from hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, yet another storm seems to be on its way, with Central America and the Gulf Coast in its path.

Tropical Storm Nate is expected to strengthen into a hurricane and strike the Gulf Coast on Sunday, forecasters said Thursday.

Though the storm is only a few days away from an expected landfall in the United States, its probable path was still unclear, and authorities cautioned that residents anywhere from Louisiana to the Florida Panhandle could be at risk. Tropical storm-force winds were expected along the Gulf Coast beginning sometime Saturday.

Forecasters issued watches and warnings for parts of coastal Honduras, Mexico and Nicaragua.

New York Times