Two disturbances are in the Atlantic Ocean. What the forecast shows




A pair of disturbances are in the Atlantic Ocean Sunday morning, one of which the National Hurricane Center estimates has a high chance of becoming a storm system by next weekend and one of which has a high chance of becoming nothing.

Disturbance No. 1

This disturbance in the eastern Atlantic Ocean, several hundred miles south of the Cabo Verde Islands, has a 30% chance of becoming a tropical depression before Tuesday, but a 70% chance of doing so before Friday.

As far as where it's going, the NHC projects after a westward swing, it'll turn "northwestward or northward toward the end of the week over the eastern tropical Atlantic."

In other words, unlikely at this point to affect Florida.

Two disturbances are in the Atlantic Ocean as of Sunday morning.
Two disturbances are in the Atlantic Ocean as of Sunday morning.  

Disturbance No. 2

This disturbance, expected to move west at 15 to 20 mph, is east of the Windward Islands. It's chances of becoming a tropical depression by Tuesday are put at 10% and only at 20% by Friday.

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