The National Hurricane Center is watching an area of disturbed weather in the Gulf of Mexico.
"A large area of cloudiness, showers, and thunderstorms extending from western Cuba across the southeastern Gulf of Mexico, the Florida Straits, and much of the Florida Peninsula is associated with a broad surface low and trough interacting with an upper-level low," read the Sunday update from the NHC. "This system could acquire some subtropical or tropical characteristics while it moves slowly northward across the eastern Gulf of Mexico during the next few days."
No matter the further development, the system is expected to be a rainmaker for parts of Florida and the northeast Gulf Coast.
The 2018 Atlantic hurricane season officially begins on June 1.