The dying cold front across north Florida and the northern Gulf of Mexico is generating a broad swath of thunderstorms.
The disturbed weather had a slight chance of developing into a tropical depression, but the upper-level winds are too unfavorable. No development is expected.
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Otherwise, the models say that Saharan dust will continue to spread across the tropical Atlantic and the Caribbean, so no development is expected for the next five days, at least.