While Tropical Depression Three dissipates, another low-pressure area pops up in the Gulf.
With the hurricane season to start tomorrow, the National Hurricane Center is already watching the latest area of low pressure.
A low-pressure system is in the Atlantic a month before the official start of the 2019 hurricane season.
A low pressure area in the Caribbean Sea has potential to develop.
Sub-tropical Storm Joyce is expected to become a tropical storm by Thursday.
There are four tropical systems in the Atlantic Ocean keeping the National Hurricane Center busy.
The small low-pressure system in the Atlantic will eventually track to the northeast.
Beryl has dissipated into a low-pressure system, but has an opportunity to spin back up later in the week.
Although the National Hurricane Center shows the south Atlantic system potential at 70 percent, it's expected to hit an area that will inhibit further development.
A large low-pressure system formed off the Gulf coast is producing heavy rainfall for this area.