“This system has the potential to become a tropical depression today or Thursday before conditions become unfavorable for tropical cyclone formation,” said the 8 a.m. update on the hurricane center’s website.
Central Atlantic low pressure still has the potential to become a tropical depression today or tomorrow. See https://t.co/tW4KeGdBFb #94L pic.twitter.com/5WgpKjLkPJ
— NHC Atlantic Ops (@NHC_Atlantic) July 5, 2017
This system is known as Invest 94L. So far spaghetti models show the system, should it continue into a tropical depression, could near the vicinity of Florida, the Bahamas and Cuba between seven to nine days from now. Other tracking models show the storm could move well north of Florida and the Caribbean islands.
The National Hurricane Center advises South Florida residents to not pay much attention to this low pressure system just yet.
2017 has so far seen three named storms: Tropical storms Arlene, Bret, and Cindy. The next storm will be named Don.