Half a century has gone by since since the monstrous storm ravaged the Mississippi coast. Part of Camille's mystique lies in the fact that meteorologists will never know how powerful its winds were.
While there are some other areas being monitored in the Atlantic basin following Chantal, explosive tropical development seems unlikely through this week.
A series of storm systems will renew the risk for violent weather in the central U.S.
One tropical feature is forecast to develop and hug the west coast of Mexico, while a second tropical feature may form and eventually pass close to Hawaii in the coming days.
Without much of a change in the pattern, more storms are likely for the Little League World Series through Wednesday.
On the heels of four tropical cyclones that made landfall in eastern Asia so far this month, a new tropical threat has developed in the Western Pacific Ocean.
Following news that monsoon rain has claimed more than 300 lives across India, Myanmar and Pakistan so far this month, the risk of flooding will expand to India's National Capital Region (NCR).