Storm may become tropical depression in coming days, hurricane center says

Tropical wave could affect western Caribbean

Tropical wave could affect western Caribbean

NHC forecasters said that the environmental conditions surrounding the disturbance are favorable for the system to become more defined.

We will continue to track it closely and will keep you updated. Michaels is the next name up.

Winds were forecast to drop in intensity as the system tracks northeast over Alabama, Georgia and SC, reaching North Carolina by Thursday.

The complex will spread tropical storm force winds across western Cuba late Sunday into Monday.

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The low pressure center over Oklahoma that helped to provide scattered showers on Saturday, will travel north along the frontal boundary into IL on Sunday.

Leslie will continue to move to the east and then southeast over the next several days, taking Leslie across the central and eastern Atlantic. Currently "Potential Tropical Cyclone 14" is spinning off the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.

By mid-week our attention will focus on the Gulf of Mexico.

Maximum sustained winds are near 35 miles per hour (55 km/h) with higher gusts. Based off the latest data, this system will feed off the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico and upgrade to a category 1 hurricane early Wednesday morning. After the heat and tropical activity this week, a cold front will sweep through the area Friday. Don't look for much relief from the heat as highs drop only into the upper 80s and lows low-mid 70s. A strike along the Gulf Coast could come as early as Tuesday night, but Wednesday is more likely, said Jeff Masters, co-founder of Weather Underground.

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