HOLT, Fla., Sept. 1, 2019—People are waking up to four tropical systems in the Atlantic this Sunday.
The National Hurricane Center now shows three low-pressure systems along with category 5 Hurricane Dorian.
Dorian was upgraded to a category 5 hurricane with the NHC’s 8 a.m. tropical update.
Two of the three other systems showed up in the past 24 hours. A third was identified this morning.
The low-pressure tropical wave from yesterday off the coast of Africa now has a 70 percent chance of further development as it makes its way across the Atlantic Ocean.
It’s located just south of the Cabo Verde Islands.
According to the NHC, it’s become better organized and is likely to become a tropical depression by the middle of the week.
The low-pressure system in the south-central Gulf of Mexico is expected to show gradual development during the next few days as it moves west, according to the NHC.
Formation chances of this storm is a low 30 percent.
And while Dorian spins in the western Atlantic, a third area of disturbed weather is located several hundred miles south-southwest of Bermuda.
According to the NHC, some gradual development of this system is possible during the next few days while it moves slowly north or north-northwest.
This system has a 20 percent chance of development during the five-day forecast period.