The National Hurricane Center is watching a tropical disturbance southwest of Bermuda that NHC forecasters say has a 30 percent chance of forming into a tropical cyclone over the next 48 hours. Although this potential tropical cyclone does not threaten the Space Coast, it is a reminder that we all need to prepare for the upcoming Atlantic hurricane season, which begins June 1.
A new disturbance in the tropics has formed, and it actually has the chance to develop into a pre-Thanksgiving week tropical or subtropical system.
The National Hurricane Center in Miami is monitoring a large area of showers and thunderstorms located over the western Caribbean Sea just to the east of Nicaragua and northeastern. Honduras is associated with a sharp surface trough.
The National Hurricane Center is monitoring a tropical disturbance in the Caribbean that was expected to move into the Gulf of Mexico later this week and could bring heavy rains to Brevard County over the Memorial Day Weekend.
A low pressure system is heading towards the Gulf of Mexico over the next few days and has the potential to be a large rainmaker for much of the Florida peninsula, including Brevard county, according to the National Hurricane Center in Miami.