National Hurricane Center Downgrades Two Weather Systems in Atlantic, Monitors Low Pressure System in Southeast US

National Hurricane Center is continuing to monitor one weather system on Tuesday after one of the systems they were monitoring in the Atlantic dissipated near the Lesser Antiles as anticipated. (NHC Image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – National Hurricane Center is continuing to monitor one weather system on Tuesday after two of the other storms they were monitoring in the Atlantic dissipated and broke apart on Monday.

The current weather system NHC is keeping an eye on is still moving through the southeast of the United States, but will not impact Florida.

Forecasters are watching it due to its potential, once it enters the waters off the coast of the Carolinas.

Experts are giving the weather system a 40-percent chance to develop into a tropical storm in five days.

Still, the odds remain are worth monitoring after five days as it has the potential to move up the east coast near heavily populated areas during a time of a pandemic.

Regardless of development, the low pressure system is forecast to produce locally heavy rainfall that could cause flash flooding across portions of the southeastern U.S. during the next couple of days.

Hurricane season began last month on June 1 and runs through November 31.

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