The National Hurricane Center says disorganized clouds and rain near Tampa could develop into a tropical system.
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 tropical system off the coast of Africa is still expected to turn away from the United States. However, a new spot has popped up in the Caribbean Sea.
Tropical Depression Three and Hurricane Beryl are moving in opposite directions in the Atlantic. At this time, neither storm is expected to impact the United States.
The small storm could become a tropical depression later today or Friday; however, it's expected to break apart before reaching the Lesser Antilles.
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 new system in the tropical southeast Atlantic will have difficulties developing due to drier air.
The tropical disturbance is moving toward the Yucatan Peninsula.
A low-pressure area off the coast of Central America could develop further an enter the Gulf of Mexico sometime later this week.
The area over Cuba could develop further as it moves across the Florida Straits.