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A tropical depression may form off the Southeast coast this week

Firsthand Weather is monitoring a broad area of low pressure over the Bahamas. Showers and storms are associated with this broad low pressure, but the system remains unorganized. Some slight organization is possible with this system this week as it moves northwest.

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The National Hurricane Center gives this system a low chance for development this week. Right now the odds are at 20% but this may increase over the coming days as the system moves over the warm Gulf Stream.

Find out what other factors will influence the development of this system and what impacts the Southeast Coast can expect.

If you live along the Southeast Coast, keep an eye on the forecast over the coming days.