The CBS4 Weather team is monitoring a disturbance in the South-Central Gulf of Mexico with a high potential of developing into a Tropical Depression or Tropical Storm Bill.
Tropical Storm Ana is likely to become a Tropical Depression sometime on Sunday, according to the National Hurricane Center in Miami, Florida.
Tropical Depression nine continues to move eastward near the Mexican state of Campeche and is still expected to strengthen as the week goes on.
There will be plenty of clouds around Wednesday with scattered storms and some heavy downpours possible.
Tropical depression nine (TD #9) formed in the southwest Gulf of Mexico Tuesday evening as thunderstorms near the well defined low pressure center became better organized.
Subtropical Storm Fay formed Friday afternoon hundreds of miles south of Bermuda.
According to the National Hurricane Center, a low pressure area several hundred miles northeast of the northern Leeward Islands is expected to become better organized over the next couple of days.
Hurricane Edouard formed over the Central Atlantic on Sunday.
Tropical Storm Edouard is slowly intensifying over the Atlantic, according to a Saturday weather advisory.
Edouard remains a Tropical Storm in the far eastern Atlantic Friday.