Forecasters are monitoring three disturbances on Tuesday morning, two of which could turn into tropical cyclones by the weekend. At this time, nothing threatens Florida.
According to the National Hurricane Center, one of the turmoil caused chaotic showers and thunderstorms over the east-central Atlantic over 900 miles west-northwest of the Leeward Islands at the beginning of Tuesday.
The next day or two is expected to be barely developed, but as the system moves north at 15 mph, environmental conditions are expected to improve later in the week, which could lead to tropical cyclones.
As of the 8am update on Tuesday, the system is 20% likely to turn into a tropical cyclone in the next 48 hours and 60% likely to form in the next 5 days.
Tropical waves in the eastern Caribbean may follow a pattern similar to the hurricane race, the first major hurricane of the season. This disturbance is expected to produce a widespread cyclone later in the week, and forecasters should have sufficient environmental conditions to gradually develop into a tropical cyclone later this week or the weekend. Said.
The forecaster was unlikely to form in the next two days, but had a 60% chance of getting depressed within a week.
By Sunday, it is expected to move northwest across the Caribbean Sea and southwest of the Gulf of Mexico across the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico.
The third obstacle, the tropical waves about 400 miles south-southwest of the Cape Verde Islands, is flooded with showers and thunderstorms. However, on the final day, forecasters reduced the chances of an immediate tropical cyclone, thanks to nearby adverse conditions.
At the time of the 8 am update, the prediction dropped to 20% of formation in the next 48 hours, and within a week the chance of formation dropped to 30%.
The name of the next storm is Aida.