Another system could form in same spot where Tropical Storm Alberto developed: NHC

Tropical Storm Alberto formed in the western Gulf of Mexico on Wednesday, bringing large rainfall, flooding, and wind impacts to Texas and northeastern Mexico.

A Tropical Storm Warning is currently in effect for the Texas coast from San Luis Pass southward to the mouth of the Rio Grande and the northeastern coast of Mexico south of the mouth of the Rio Grande to Tecolutla.

While eyes are on Tropical Storm Alberto, forecasters are also monitoring a disturbance expected to develop in the same area.

Disturbance brewing in Atlantic expected to impact Florida's coast this week

According to the NHC, the area of low pressure is forecast to strengthen in the Gulf over the weekend.

Future tropical system in the Gulf of Mexico (Credit: NOAA)

"Environmental conditions are expected to be conducive for the gradual development of this system through early next week while it moves slowly west-northwestward or northwestward," the NHC said in a Wednesday advisory.

The NHC said the system has a 40% chance of formation over the next seven days.