NHC – The National Hurricane Center is actively monitoring two systems in the North Atlantic, Caribbean Sea, and Gulf of Mexico.
Hurricane Nigel, situated over the central subtropical Atlantic, is already under advisory.
Meanwhile, an Eastern Tropical Atlantic tropical wave, positioned southeast of the Cabo Verde Islands, is expected to merge with another disturbance to its west.
Favorable environmental conditions make gradual development likely, with a tropical depression possibly forming late this week or over the weekend.
The system is projected to move westward at 10 to 15 mph across the eastern and central tropical Atlantic.
A non-tropical low pressure system is expected to form east of Florida, potentially developing subtropical characteristics by Friday.
This system will bring strong winds, heavy rain, and high surf to the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic United States during late this week and the weekend.
While the formation chance within 48 hours is low (10 percent), it increases to a medium probability (40 percent) over the next seven days.
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