We are continuing to watch the tropics as there are still hint of some development near Yucatan, Mexico. Models are showing the system is likely to produce a swath of heavy rain from parts of the Florida Peninsula into portions of the Southeast this week.
Depending on the track of the system, it could bring a dose of heavy rain is in portions of the eastern mid-Atlantic and New England toward the weekend.
The system is looks weak at the moment, but will drift northeastward and has a window of strengthening as is moves into the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Strong upper level winds are preventing the system from taking shape right now, but are forecast to drop off later this week.
Indications are that steering winds will guide the system, whether it has fully developed tropically or not, on a general northeastward path during the second half of the week into the weekend.