HOLT, Fla., June 22, 2020–The National Hurricane Center identified storm number four of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season.
The area of low pressure off the U.S. east coast the NHC was watching developed enough to be classified as Subtropical Depression Four.
This system is forecast to move east-northeast tonight before turning northeast tomorrow when it will pick up speed and move over the cold waters of the north Atlantic.
The NHC forecast is for Four to disappear by Thursday.
Before it does that, there’s a possibility the system could briefly become a subtropical storm as it moves over the warm waters of the northern Gulf Stream.
If it does, it will be named Dolly.