Two low-pressure areas are likely to develop into tropical systems, but don't pose a threat to the peninsula.
Three systems have the National Hurricane Center's attention.
The tropical low dumping rain on Puerto Rico and the Bahamas is not expected to develop much during the next five days.
Tropical Depression Three formed in the Caribbean Sea today.
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.
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.
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.