While we're glad the tropical wave likely won't make landfall as a tropical storm in Florida, the system will likely still be impactful to the state.
At this time, any impact on the Valley is expected to be felt by Thursday night.
By the mid-week, Harvey's remnants should move into the Bay of Campeche, where some forecasts suggest Harvey could reform.
Heavy rain, gusty thunderstorms and rough surf are to be expected in southern Texas and northeastern Mexico as Harvey approaches.
Model forecast tracks are pretty unanimous in taking Harvey toward the Texas coastline by the end of the week.
Hurricane Kenneth blew up quickly into a monster Category 4 storm Monday, but then lost strength as it moved over the Pacific far from Mexico's coast. This amount of rain can occur if Harvey remains poorly organized and keeps moving along into the south-central United States.
Three systems which the National Hurricane Center is watching closely.
Forecasters said the broad area of low pressure remained disorganized and has limited storm activity as of Tuesday morning. Kenneth was moving toward the west-northwest near 10 miles per hour (17 kph) and the National Hurricane Center (NHC) forecasts a turn toward the northwest, then north-northwest over the next couple of days.
Conditions could become slightly more conducive for development once the system is near the northern Bahamas or Florida around the middle of next week.
Development or not, Invest 92L could bring rain to the Florida peninsula later this week.
It said heavy rains were possible Saturday over Aruba, Bonaire and Curacao.