It appears that Alex will NOT be a named storm once whatever is left of it makes it into Oklahoma. However, there may still be some chunks of the storm lingering around The Southern Plains early next week. Given all the information I have seen, this is what I see happening.
Basically, Alex will go from Tropical Depression Alex in Northern Mexico to nothing more than just a low pressure system that is hanging out in Western Mexico. It may briefly make it into The Pacific Ocean before it moves north into Arizona and then into The Texas Panhandle. By Monday/Tuesday, it’ll just be a “disturbance” in the atmosphere that may interact with a cold front moving south. This could help produce some heavy rain early next week.