While the disturbance near Bermuda became Subtropical Storm Ana this morning, the low pressure near the Gulf Coast ran out of time to develop into a tropical system.

What You Need To Know

  • The disturbance has moved onshore

  • It no longer has a chance of becoming a tropical system

  • Areas of heavy rain will still affect parts of Texas

The swirl of low pressure came onto land this morning, so the National Hurricane Center now says the system has no chance of developing into an organized tropical depression or storm.

Regardless, it'll bring local downpours and gusty breezes to parts of Texas this weekend.

Bill is second on this year's list of Atlantic names.