Eye on the Tropics: Tracking two disturbances, one could become tropical depression

ORLANDO, Fla. — There are two disturbances in the tropics right now.


But meteorologist George Waldenberger said one of them that is near Bermuda has very little chance of organizing thoroughly.

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The other disturbance is a low-pressure area over the Caribbean.

While it’s disorganized now, he said it’s forecast to organize into a tropical depression in the Caribbean by early next week.

Right now, there are no threats to Florida from this disturbance.

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Current forecasts show the system staying south, Waldenberger said.

Severe Weather Center 9 will monitor these disturbances and keep you updated.

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In our local areas, there is some very spotty rain that will hit a few neighborhoods through sunset on Saturday. There is a slightly increased chance of more rain on Sunday.

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