TAMPA, Fla. — Tropical Depression Three has officially dissipated. No more advisories are anticipated from the National Hurricane Center.
Early Monday evening, a tropical depression formed in the Bahamas. By Tuesday at 11 p.m. the storm was about 60 miles ESE of Daytona Beach, Florida with maximum sustained winds of 35 mph.
The Hurricane Center said the tropical depression isn't expected to strengthen by much, if at all. The center of Tropical Depression Three is expected to remain offshore of Florida's east coast "over the next day or so," the Hurricane Center said.
This system is expected to produce showers and thunderstorms and could also spread over portions of the east coast of the Florida peninsula through Tuesday.