Tropical disturbance could form off southeast US coast one week before hurricane season

ORLANDO, Fla. — We are one week away from hurricane season and the tropics are starting to heat up.


Channel 9 meteorologists are monitoring an area stretching from northeast Florida to the Carolinas that could develop into a tropical disturbance.

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The development could happen over the next few days as it moves away from Florida.

Though this system will not impact Florida, it is a good reminder to prepare for potential storms to come.

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The 2023 Atlantic hurricane season starts June 1.

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