Two possible areas that could have tropical formation

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ORLANDO, Fla. — The tropics are still showing small signals of life and the chance for tropical formation over the Atlantic and another one over the western Caribbean is increasing through the weekend.

THE AREA NORTH OF THE EASTERN CARIBBEAN

A non-tropical low-pressure system over 600 miles to the southeast of Bermuda could develop as it moves to the southwest and then to the west early next week. The non-tropical low could be located between Bermuda and the northern Antilles next week as conditions turn more favorable for this system to become better organized and turn tropical.

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A non-tropical low-pressure system simply means that the system will have formed over cooler waters, not acquiring tropical characteristics and it is usually a wider low-pressure system.

ANOTHER AREA COULD DEVELOP OVER THE WESTERN CARIBBEAN

A low-pressure system is forecast to develop over the western Caribbean and it would move to the west-northwest.

At the moment, there is no tropical moisture in the area, but conditions could become more favorable for development in this area within the next five days. There is a 30 percent chance for this to happen and chances might continue to increase within the weekend.

We will continue to monitor the tropics. Hurricane season runs until November 30.

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