MIAMI - Forecasters say a new tropical depression in the Atlantic could become Tropical Storm Gordon before the day is over.
The system, with maximum sustained winds of 35 mph, is about 930 miles east of the Windward Islands, moving west at a fast 23 mph.
Storm watches for the islands could be issued later today.
Meanwhile, another system is coming together off the African coast. Forecasters give it a medium chance - 50 percent - of becoming a cyclone.
Tropical Storm Ernesto is now a depression over the mountains of Mexico and continues to weaken as it dumps torrential rain over the region.
There is one more system worth noting. It's the remnants of Tropical Storm Florence. The system is located north of Puerto Rico and is moving west-northwest at about 12 mph. Significant redevelopment of this system is not expected at this time.
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Plenty of sunshine with high humidity, but low chances for an afternoon shower or storm inland.