NHC observes two late-season disturbances in the Atlantic

TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – The National Hurricane Center is monitoring two late-season disturbances in the Atlantic.

Meteorologists said a small, weak low pressure area over the Caribbean Sea is producing limited shower and thunderstorm activity.

The NHC said dry air would likely prevent the system from developing as it slowly drifts westward over the next few days.

The probability that the system will develop further in the next two days is 10 percent.

The NHC is also monitoring a non-tropical low pressure area that is expected to develop over the central part of the Atlantic basin in a few days.

The system could break away from the front and gradually acquire tropical or subtropical features during the second half of the week, the NHC said.

The system has a 20 percent chance of evolving over the next seven days.

Hurricane season ends November 30th.

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Luke Plunkett

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