Two out of three systems in the Atlantic have the potential to develop into a tropical depression.
Two more tropical waves are making their way across the central Atlantic Ocean as the peak of the hurricane season approaches.
The low pressure system making its way toward the Windward Islands has a high chance of further development.
Tropical Storm Gonzalo, Tropical Depression Eight and a new tropical wave off the coast of Africa.
Tropical Depression Eight formed in the Gulf and Tropical Storm Gonzalo is expected to become a hurricane later today.
Tropical Storm Edouard formed. It is expected to be short-lived.
Three tropical waves and one tropical storm remind that the hurricane season isn't over yet.
Two systems in the Atlantic Ocean have low chances of developing further.
Three systems have the National Hurricane Center's attention.
Wind shear in the Caribbean Sea is expected to limit further development of the system.