We’re watching a number of techniques within the Atlantic.
Jose stays a robust tropical storm with winds of 70 mph. It’s anticipated to strengthen again to a Class 1 hurricane this night. Jose’s monitor continues to remain nicely to our east with no direct impacts to Central Florida.
South of the Cabo Verde Islands is the 14th tropical melancholy of the season. Now strengthening, we expect Tropical Melancholy 14 to turn into Tropical Storm Lee by this night. Its monitor strikes west-northwest via the Atlantic Ocean over the subsequent a number of days, then probably curling north and staying out at sea. At this level, it’s one thing to observe however by no means a priority for Florida.
In between Jose and TD 14 is one other space of low strain that has a excessive probability for tropical formation because it tracks west. If it will get named, will probably be referred to as Maria.
There’s a lot happening within the tropics, as we’re across the peak of the Atlantic hurricane season, however nothing to fret about for now in Central Florida.