The second is located near the Cape Verde Islands and has a 30% chance of development during the next five days.
Currently, however, four tropical systems are being closely monitored including Tropical Storm Gabrielle in the North Atlantic. By Thursday, however, upper-level winds are forecast to become unfavorable for tropical cyclone formation.
The system is then expected to move through the Florida Straits and into the Gulf of Mexico where warm water could lead to stronger development.More news: Taylor Swift suspect charged in Trump golf course damage
A surface trough located over the Turks and Caicos continues to produce widespread cloudiness and disorganized thunderstorms across the southeastern Bahamas. The National Hurricane center is forecasting a 20% chance of tropical development within the next 2 days, which increases to a 20% chance within the next 5 days.
This system isn't expected to develop over the next few days as it moves very slowly to the west-northwest across the Bahamas.
For the system nearest to the United States the see a 0% chance of formation into a tropical cyclone in the next 48 hours, rising to 30% over the next 5 days.More news: Former Tigers GM Fired in Boston
The good news is "slightly cooler temperatures" are possible this weekend from cloud coverage and rain showers, the weather service predicted.
Forecasters raised the probability of development - and raised it again - Wednesday morning for a tropical wave that is now located on the other side of Florida in the Atlantic. Both had low chances of development as of Wednesday morning. This inconsistency leads to little confidence other than elevated rain chances at this time. This is the heart of hurricane season so it is normal to see increasing tropical activity and you should keep a close eye on the latest updates.More news: Apple tweaks App Store algorithm to handicap its own apps