Tropical Storm Keith whirled into the southeastern Gulf of Mexico, and officials in South Florida met Monday to consider evacuations and other emergency action in case the system moved their way. Keith's wind speed reached 65 mph near the Yucatan channel separating western Cuba and Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula, but forecasters at the National Hurricane Center in Miami said the eye of the storm would likely remain at sea for the next day or two. The late-season tropical storm, born Thursday, could develop into the year's sixth hurricane, the hurricane center said.