Alex has weakened to a tropical depression, but should regain strength over the next few days as it moves over the warmer waters of the Gulf of Mexico.  Indications suggest it should become a hurricane before making landfall again later this week in Mexico.

On Saturday, Alex swept through the Yucatan Peninsula and Belize with torrential downpours. 

As of Sunday morning, the storm is over land, centered roughly about 110 miles SSE of Campeche, Mexico, with max winds of 35 mph, moving WNW at 12 mph.