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System in Gulf Likely to Develop and Move North; Tropical Storm Bill Moving Away

Monday was a busy day for forecasters at the National Hurricane Center. There were three systems of interest in the tropical Atlantic basin, but only one that is of particular interest to Floridians.

Chances of tropical development continued to increase in the southern Gulf of Mexico, where forecasters believe a tropical depression or storm may form by the end of the week.

Regardless of its tropical classification, the center of the system is more likely to move toward the coasts of Texas or Louisiana. However, indirect impacts such as heavy rain and high seas could affect sections of Florida's Gulf Coast this weekend.

Here is the latest tropical outlook from the National Hurricane Center...