Hurricane center says 2 Atlantic systems 'likely' to develop, 2 others watched

Hurricane center says 2 Atlantic systems 'likely' to develop, 2 others watched

A pair of storm systems in the Atlantic have a significant chance of developing into tropical depressions within the next two days, according to the National Hurricane Center, but there does not appear to be any directed effect on NY expected at this time.

A tropical depression could develop in the Atlantic and make its way off the coast of North Carolina and SC.

This system continues to become better organized, and a tropical depression is expected to form later today or tonight while the system moves northeastward, near but offshore of the southeastern coast of the United States and then away from land.

The second system is one those on the Gulf Coast will be keeping a close eye on, although it looks to be more of a concern for Central America.

The third and fourth waves were much farther away. One of those systems is now located in the Atlantic Ocean a few hundred miles east of Jacksonville, Florida.

It wasn't very impressive looking on Sunday afternoon, and the hurricane center said development is looking less likely.

The possible tropical depression was one of four disturbances on the National Hurricane Center's map as of Monday afternoon.

Two other tropical waves present development opportunities over the eastern Atlantic over the next couple of days but are only at 30% and 10% through the next five days, according to the NHC.

It could develop gradually this week while it also tracks westward.

The next two storm names are Nana and Omar.

The historic peak of hurricane season is September 10th.

According to Colorado State University hurricane research scientist Philip Klotzbach, the current earliest record for the 14th and 15th named storm dates are Nate, which formed on September 6, 2005, and Ophelia, which formed on September 7, 2005.

Hurricane Laura decimated portions of Louisiana as a powerful Category 4 hurricane on Thursday, wreaking havoc as 150 miles per hour winds left a wide path of destruction in its wake.

The patterns during the peak of hurricane season that influence where storms travel.

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