Tropical Storm Edouard has formed in the Atlantic and an area of low pressure is moving across Florida headed for the Gulf of Mexico.


NOAA is tracking this both systems. Edouard is expected to become a hurricane but take a big northern turn and head in to the North Atlantic far from threatening and land mass. The same can not be said for the low pressure system now moving across south Florida.

The low pressure system over south Florida is moving west at 10 m.p.h.. Conditions for formation will be more favorable as this system moves over the southwesters gulf. It has a 40% chance of formation in the next 5 days.

There is yet another low pressure system moving off of the African coast with a 20 percent chance of formation during the next five days as it moves west northwest at about 10 m.p.h..

Another low pressure system located by the northwest Bahamas has very little chance of organization as it drifts west southwest. Conditions are not favorable for formation of this system.