The National Hurricane Center is currently monitoring several weather disturbances in the Atlantic, and one of these systems, a low-pressure system moving across Central America, could potentially impact parts of Florida during the upcoming Labor Day weekend.
This disturbance is one of four systems being monitored.
As the low-pressure system moves into the northwestern Caribbean, it is expected to gradually develop. The system might become a tropical depression as it moves into the eastern Gulf of Mexico, potentially being positioned southwest of Florida’s Big Bend region by next Thursday.
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The National Hurricane Center has assigned a 50 percent chance of this system forming into a named storm over the next seven days.
In addition to this system, Tropical Storm Franklin is anticipated to strengthen into a hurricane as it moves northward into the open Atlantic early next week.
Two other systems in the Atlantic are considered disorganized. The remains of Tropical Storm Emily are located over 1,000 miles east-southeast of Bermuda, and the second system is positioned several hundred miles west of the Cabo Verde Islands
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