Disturbance in Caribbean could become named storm next week

ORLANDO, Fla. — Channel 9 meteorologists are monitoring a disturbance in the southwestern Caribbean.


Nov. 12 Update:

A developing low pressure over the Caribbean has the potential to become the next tropical depression.

It’s most likely path would stay south and southeast of Florida, but we’ll monitor in case it meanders down there a little longer before moving along.

It’s still hurricane season through the end of the month.

Nov. 11 Update:

We’re watching a likely low-pressure area develop over the Caribbean.

Meteorologist George Waldenberger said it’ll likely meander a while thereafter but does have a chance for tropical formation through next weekend and beyond.

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The broad low is expected to develop by the middle of next week.

Further tropical development will then be possible by the end of next week.

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If the system becomes a named storm, it will be called Vince.

Forecast data is unclear where the system may end up.

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