MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Tropical Depression Twenty-Nine formed over the central Caribbean on Saturday afternoon and it is expected to become a hurricane in the next couple of days.

The storm will not pose a threat to South Florida as it approaches Nicaragua and Honduras.

READ MORE: Housing Crisis: County Mayors Hold Roundtable On Skyrocketing Rents

At 5 p.m., Saturday, the newly formed depression was about 315 miles southeast of Kingston, Jamaica. It had maximum sustained winds of 35 mph and was moving west at 15 mph.

More from
Former Secretary Of State John Kerry: Idea Of Joe Biden Embracing Socialism Is ‘Scare Tactic’ By President Trump
Police: Miami-Dade Officer Arrested By Federal Drug Agents
Trump To Largely Maskless, Shoulder-To-Shoulder Supporters In Tampa: ‘Wearing A Mask Is Appropriate When Social Distancing Isn’t Possible’

READ MORE: Deadly Hit & Run Near Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

The current westward motion is expected to continue through Sunday night.

The center of the storm is expected to be near the northeastern coast of Nicaragua by Monday night.

When named, the storm will become Eta.

MORE NEWS: Tractor Trailer Rollover Shuts Down Section Of Turnpike In Miami Gardens

Hurricane season ends on November 30.