NHC monitoring 4 ‘disturbances’ that could become tropical depressions
Miami, Fl (treasurecoast.com) -The National Hurricane center is currently monitoring four storms that could potentially develop into tropical cyclones in the coming days.
The NHC says two of the systems have at least a 60% chance of developing into tropical depressions in the next 48 hours. One of those systems is currently located in the Atlantic Ocean a few hundred miles east of Jacksonville, Florida. The second, currently located in the Caribbean off the Venezuelan coast, has a 70% chance of development.
The other two systems, located in the eastern Atlantic Ocean, are not expected to develop into tropical depressions in the next two days, but could eventually form into dangerous systems later in the week.
“Nana” is the name that will be given to the next tropical storm, followed by “Omar” and “Paulette.” There have been 13 named storms so far this hurricane season.
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