Tropical Storm Bret has formed about 125 miles southeast of Trinidad in the Atlantic.
Bret, the second named tropical storm of the year, was deemed a tropical storm after hurricane hunter aircraft investigated the disturbance, according to the National Hurricane Center.
Bret is expected to move along South America in the coming days, impacting islands near Trinidad and Tobago in the next 24 hours, according to Bay News 9.
The storm however, is expected to weaken, though Florida could see some moisture from Bret later next week, according to Bay News 9.
A tropical storm warning has been issued for the coast of Louisiana after the possible development of a new tropical depression or storm in the Gulf of Mexico. A flood watch has been issued for Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama and the western Florida Panhandle.
A tropical storm watch is in effect from west of Intracoastal City, La., to High Island, Texas.
In a 2 p.m. update from the National Hurricane Center, data show that a possible tropical cyclone could have tropical storm-force winds with the likelihood of developing into a tropical or subtropical cyclone as it moves into the central Gulf of Mexico over the next couple of days.
The system of disturbed weather in the Caribbean has a high likelihood, 80 percent, of developing over the next two to five days, according to the update.
Bay News 9 reports no matter what the development of the storm will be, expect very heavy rains along the central Gulf Coast over the next couple of days.