The tropical disturbance just north of the Virgin Islands is disorganized, but may be able to strengthen by next week, according to the National Hurricane Center.
An area of disturbed weather in the Atlantic Ocean has meteorologists keeping track of what may be the next named tropical system.
Meteorologists are watching Tropical Depression Two in the Atlantic Ocean.
All eyes are on the first tropical depression of the 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season. The depression formed Monday night.
Once again South Florida woke to a gloomy start of the day with mostly cloudy skies with showers. We can pretty much expect to see showers on and off throughout the day.
It’s been a wet start to the work week as waves of rain continue to move across South Florida.
The National Hurricane Center has given a strong area of low pressure in the Caribbean a 80 percent chance of becoming a tropical depression or higher in the next 48 hours; and South Floridians need to keep an eye on the development of this system.
A tropical disturbance continues to get better organized in the Yucatan Channel, east of Cancun and could become a tropical depression or Tropical Storm Don later Wednesday.
A large area of low pressure in the Northwestern Caribbean has become less organized Tuesday morning.
A broad area of low pressure is located over the Caribbean to the Southwest of Jamaica. The system has not become better organized since Sunday.