Elsa is in the extreme southeastern Gulf of Mexico Tuesday morning heading NNW at 12 mph. The storm is still rather lopsided but will likely organize some as it heads north Tuesday and Wednesday. It's possible the storm becomes a strong tropical storm or even weak category 1 hurricane as it nears the Tampa area late Tuesday night.
A landfall somewhere along the west coast of Florida, possibly as far north as the big bend, looks likely late Tuesday/early Wednesday. Models are in good agreement with this general track.
We're not expecting any big impacts along our part of the Gulf Coast.