The National Hurricane Center says disorganized clouds and rain near Tampa could develop into a tropical system.
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.
A low-pressure system is expected to form in the Gulf of Mexico sometime today.
While Tropical Depression Three dissipates, another low-pressure area pops up in the Gulf.
Tropical update shows Potential Tropical Cyclone Two working its way west at 5 mph.
The National Hurricane Center is forecasting Hurricane Barry's appearance sometime by the end of the week.
According to the National Hurricane Center, a tropical system is likely to form now that the low-pressure area has emerged over the Gulf.
The National Hurricane Center has increased the possibility of a tropical system forming later this week.
The Gulf Coast is looking at potential tropical development toward the end of the week.