This NOAA satellite image taken Monday, Sept. 28, 2015, at 12:45 AM EDT shows newly formed Tropical Depression 11 well to the east of Florida and to the north of Hispaniola. Tropical Depression 11 has sustained winds of 35 mph and will move to the north away from the United States. An area of low pressure in the Gulf is producing rounds of rain and thunderstorms over the Gulf Coast. This system will stay relatively stationary over the next couple of days. Light rain showers can be expected across the Mid-Atlantic. High pressure will start to lose its grasp over the Northeast on Monday where a few showers are possible. Temperatures will be above average in the Northeast due to this high pressure. (NOAA/Weather Underground via AP)
This NOAA satellite image taken Monday, Sept. 28, 2015, at 12:45 AM EDT shows newly formed Tropical Depression 11 well to the east of Florida and to the north of Hispaniola. Tropical Depression 11 has sustained winds of 35 mph and will move to the north away from the United States. An area of low pressure in the Gulf is producing rounds of rain and thunderstorms over the Gulf Coast. This system will stay relatively stationary over the next couple of days. Light rain showers can be expected across the Mid-Atlantic. High pressure will start to lose its grasp over the Northeast on Monday where a few showers are possible. Temperatures will be above average in the Northeast due to this high pressure. (NOAA/Weather Underground via AP) AP
This NOAA satellite image taken Monday, Sept. 28, 2015, at 12:45 AM EDT shows newly formed Tropical Depression 11 well to the east of Florida and to the north of Hispaniola. Tropical Depression 11 has sustained winds of 35 mph and will move to the north away from the United States. An area of low pressure in the Gulf is producing rounds of rain and thunderstorms over the Gulf Coast. This system will stay relatively stationary over the next couple of days. Light rain showers can be expected across the Mid-Atlantic. High pressure will start to lose its grasp over the Northeast on Monday where a few showers are possible. Temperatures will be above average in the Northeast due to this high pressure. (NOAA/Weather Underground via AP) AP

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