The National Hurricane Center continues to monitor a low pressure system off the African coast, while advising that conditions suggest it won't develop into anything Florida will have to worry about.
As of 2 p.m. EDT, the system was located a couple hundred miles south of the Cape Verde Islands, moving westward at about 10 mph.
"The system has a well-defined circulation and only a small increase in the amount and organization of the thunderstorm activity would result in the formation of a tropical depression," the Hurricane Center said.
"Environmental conditions are expected to be favorable for development during the next day or so before upper-level winds and ocean temperatures become less conducive by Thursday."
Forecasters say the system has a "high," or 60 percent, chance of becoming a tropical cyclone during the next 48 hours.