Tropical Storm Dolly could become a hurricane by tomorrow, the National Hurricane Center has warned. The storm is expected to begin strengthening today as it moves off the northern coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula and into the Gulf of Mexico. Interests in the Western Gulf of Mexico should monitor the progress of Dolly, according to the NHC. On its current track, Dolly could make landfall on the Texas/Mexico border early Thursday morning. Dolly is the fourth tropical storm of the Atlantic season. Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Cristobal continues its northeastward path after passing near the coast of North Carolina yesterday. On its current track it should be well offshore of the mid-Atlantic Coast later today. Check out I.I.I. information on hurricane and windstorm deductibles and hurricane facts and stats.