All eyes are on the Gulf of Mexico for a developing tropical system. 

The National Hurricane Center says it's 90% certain that the complex of storms will organize into the second 'named storm' in the Atlantic this season. If it does come together, the storm will be named 'Barry.'

Computer models still differ on precise track and intensity, and at this point it could even reach hurricane status. Both European and American models push the storm into Louisiana, but the European version favors the western part of the state while the American model slams the storm directly into New Orleans and eastern portions of the state. 

What both models do agree on is the potential for incredible rainfall amounts, as up to 10 to 20 inches are possible. 

The next 48 hours will be critical, along with the specific track since much of coastal Louisiana is near or even below sea level.