Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer
Meteorologists are watching an area of low pressure located over the southwestern Bay of Campeche for potential development into a tropical system.
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Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer and the CBS4 Weather Team will be monitoring the depression Saturday.
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After a couple of days of struggling, a low pressure system about 550 miles east of the Windward Islands is showing some signs of organization.
All eyes are on the first tropical depression of the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season. The depression formed Monday night.
A tropical depression is poised to form off the coast of Florida by Tuesday, according to the National Hurricane Center.