The National Hurricane Center expects a tropical depression or storm by late this weekend or early next week.
The storm system in the Caribbean Sea is expected to move into more favorable conditions that could allow it to become a tropical depression.
Tropical Storm Kirk, Subtropical Storm Leslie, Tropical Depression 11 and two other low-pressure systems are keeping the Atlantic busy.
Tropical Depression 11, located east of the Lesser Antilles, is expected to fall apart before reaching the islands.
Two of the four systems monitored by the National Hurricane Center have potential to develop further.
Tropical Storm Helene is expected to become a hurricane by tomorrow.
There are four tropical systems in the Atlantic Ocean keeping the National Hurricane Center busy.
With Gordon a memory, two other tropical areas are beginning to draw more attention from the National Hurricane Center.
The system over the Bahamas is expected to forma a tropical depression after entering the Gulf of Mexico.
The tropical disturbance over the Bahamas is expected to cross Florida into the Gulf of Mexico next week.