As Hurricane Sam continues to move rapidly across the Atlantic, forecasters are looking for a disturbance that has cropped up near the Bahamas.
The outage carried a wide area of disorganized cloud and showers over the southeastern Bahamas and adjacent southwestern Atlantic waters Monday morning, according to the National Hurricane Center.
“Highest-level winds are not expected to be particularly conducive, and any development of this system should be slow moving as it slowly moves northwesterly until late into the weekend,” forecasters wrote in the open waters east of the east coast of Canada. Florida.
The system has a 0% chance of forming in the next 48 hours and a 20% chance of forming in the next five days.
Sam, a Category 2 hurricane, was located about 465 miles southeast of Cape Race, Newfoundland, moving northeast at nearly 30 mph. The forecast shows Sam weakening soon, turning into a powerful post-tropical cyclone early Tuesday.
Victor also still trudges along the Atlantic as a tropical depression, about 1,300 miles west of the Cabo Verde Islands. Forecasters say it should go away later Monday.