The tropical low dumping rain on Puerto Rico and the Bahamas is not expected to develop much during the next five days.
The National Hurricane Center is watching two tropical waves.
A low-pressure system in the Caribbean has a 20 percent chance to develop further.
The area in the Gulf of Mexico is not showing signs of further development.
Tropical Depression Three formed in the Caribbean Sea today.
The tropical low is now in the Caribbean Sea.
With the hurricane season to start tomorrow, the National Hurricane Center is already watching the latest area of low pressure.
NOAA predicts a near-normal 2019 hurricane season.
It's looking more certain that Hurricane Michael is likely to hit the northern Gulf Coast by mid week.
The low-pressure system in the Caribbean could become a tropical depression or storm by the end of the weekend.