We now officially have the fifth tropical depression of the 2012 Atlantic Hurricane Season and it's a growing concern for interests all over the Caribbean. It's still packing winds of just 35 MPH but strengthening is anticipated and this is expected to become a tropical storm by late tonight as it makes its way gradually toward the Lesser Antilles. By Friday, it should make impact in these islands possibly as a strong tropical storm so residents there should pay close attention and make preparations for likely tropical storm conditions by that time frame but not treat it like it's a major hurricane. Tropical storm watches are in effect for these islands. But by Sunday or Monday, this could come near Jamaica as a hurricane and residents there will definitely want to review their preparations in the next few days. Beyond Jamaica, it is highly unclear where it will go so for now we'll just keep our eyes on the eastern parts of the Caribbean.