The National Hurricane Center
By Carlie Kollath Wells, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune
The National Hurricane Center on Friday morning (Sept. 29) was tracking four systems or storms in the Caribbean Sea and the Atlantic Ocean. One of them is near Florida. Here’s what forecasters expect the systems to do over the next five days.
National Hurricane Center
Tropical disturbance near Florida
A tropical disturbance near southern Florida is likely to dump rain on the state for the next several days, the National Hurricane Center said Friday morning. It has a 40 percent chance of developing into at least a tropical depression within 48 hours.
As of 7 a.m., the disturbance extends from the northwestern Caribbean Sea to western Cuba to the southern Florida peninsula. It moved west overnight and forecasters said a weak low is likely to form over the weekend near the west coast of Florida. It has a 40 percent chance (medium) of developing into at least a tropical depression in…