HOLT, Fla., Oct. 25, 2019–Two late-season tropical storms are spinning in the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico.
Tropical Storm Pablo, in the Atlantic, is a small-scale storm, according to the National Hurricane Center.
Its forecast track takes it over the Azores Saturday or Sunday, away from the United States.
Closer to home, Tropical Storm Olga, is moving toward the north-northeast at 18 mph and should reach the Louisiana coast by Saturday.
Olga is expected to merge with a cold front and wind down into a low-pressure system with gale-force winds during the next few hours before reaching the coast, according to the NHC.
National Hurricane Center forecast