The summer is beginning to wind down and the transition into fall will happen in a few weeks for most of the nation.
Tropical Depression Five formed Monday afternoon in the eastern Bay of Campeche and may form into the next named tropical system.
Tropical Storm Cristobal moved through the southeastern Bahamas Sunday and is now slowly creeping north.
Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer and the CBS4 Weather Team will be monitoring the depression Saturday.
Here’s another show for stargazers to check out. This time, it’s Venus and Jupiter that will be the brightest in the sky early Saturday and Sunday morning.
The tropical disturbance just north of the Virgin Islands is disorganized, but may be able to strengthen by next week, according to the National Hurricane Center.
An area of disturbed weather in the Atlantic Ocean has meteorologists keeping track of what may be the next named tropical system.
The category four storm made landfall over North Captiva Island in Lee County and moved into Charlotte County on August 13, 2004.
The weather pattern will remain steamy with afternoon storms through the weekend.
Forecasters are now saying the Atlantic Hurricane Season is likely to be a “below-normal” season.