Dual systems could develop as they increase rain and storm chances in Florida

ORLANDO, Fla. — Channel 9 meteorologists are tracking two areas of disturbance in the tropics.


Neither one of the areas may become a named system, but both will have a lot of rain.

A disturbance in the Caribbean is forecast to stay away from Florida but will bring substantial flooding to the islands south of the state.

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We are also monitoring another area spinning near the Panhandle.

That system will bring a lot of rain and storms as it moves over our area over the next few days.

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It could later gain strength off the east coast of Florida and bring an elevated risk of beach erosion.

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