Second tropical disturbance emerges ahead of hurricane season

A second tropical disturbance has emerged on the radar.

This newest disturbance is in the western part of the Gulf of Mexico and has a slight chance of formation before reaching the Texas coast late Friday, WFTV chief meteorologist Tom Terry said.

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Meanwhile, an Atlantic sub-tropical low could still become Ana, with a 90% chance of forming. That would give us our first named system before the Atlantic season begins.

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Neither are a threat to Central Florida, Terry said.


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Adam Poulisse,

Adam Poulisse joined WFTV in November 2019.