MIAMI (CBSMiami) — There is a new area to watch for possible development in the tropics and it is located near the southeastern Bahamas Sunday morning.

It is a large area of cloudiness and disorganized showers that are associated with a surface trough of low pressure.

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There is a small chance for this area to come together and gain some development. The upper-level winds that are surrounding the cloudiness are expected to keep the tropical development at a very slow pace through this new week.

National Hurricane Center gives disorganized disturbance a 20% chance for tropical formation in the next five days.

This trough of low pressure will track slowly northwestward and parallel to the Bahamas through the end of the week.

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Moving on to Hurricane Sam, which has finally downgraded from a major hurricane to a category 2 early Sunday morning. Sam was a major hurricane, meaning it was at least a category 3 or stronger, for almost 8 days in a row.

Hurricane Sam will continue to weaken as it moves northeastward over the open waters of the North Atlantic.

Tropical IR Satellite Image on Sunday morning at 9 am October 3rd, 2021.

Then there is Tropical Depression Victor, also moving over open waters of the Atlantic and is located over one-thousand miles east of the Cabo Verde Islands.

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Victor will downgrade to a remnant low by Monday and eventually dissipating on Tuesday.

Jennifer Correa