The 10 pm position for Debby is no different than the 7 pm and neither is the strength. It is still roughly 300 miles southeast of New Orleans and is packing 50 mph winds. However, computer models are now indicating that when Debby makes the northerly turn sometime late Sunday or early Monday, it could become a hurricane.
Once again, the cone of uncertainty stretches from Houston to Brownsville, practically the entire Texas coast. Now that the projection is for a hurricane to strike by mid-week, we need to be extra vigilant. At this time, there aren't any watches or warning posted for Texas, but those could be issued early next week, once Debby takes the westerly turn. The next track forecast is due at 4 am.