As we welcome a rare summer cool front to south Louisiana, bringing with it a possible break from humidity, after the front falls apart, it could leave behind some tropical activity in the Gulf.
The National Hurricane Center says a non-tropical low could form over the northern Gulf by late week that could pick up some tropical characteristics as it moves slowly northeastward.
The NHC currently puts the chances of tropical development at 20% over the next five days.
Meanwhile, Tropical Depression Three proved to be short-lived. After getting the designation Monday, forecaster said the system had dissipated off the east coast of Florida Tuesday morning.
The remnants of the depression were still producing winds of 35 miles per hour with higher gusts and an additional one to three inches of rain were still possible for the northwest Bahamas.