The National Hurricane Center's 5 p.m. forecast puts Okaloosa and Walton counties in the center of the cone.
This area could experience tropical storm conditions this weekend.
Tropical Storm Bill formed in the Atlantic, but won't last long. But another tropical system could impact the Gulf Coast by the weekend.
The National Hurricane Center is watching three areas in the Atlantic and Gulf.
There is an increase tornado risk is this morning through Thursday as Hurricane Zeta makes its way toward the coast today.
Hurricane Zeta is expected to reach the northern Gulf coast Wednesday. Local area impacts include heavy rain, gusty winds and possible tornadoes.
Tropical Storm Zeta, soon to be Hurricane Zeta, is forecast to reach this area Wednesday.
Tropical Storm Zeta, the 27th named storm of the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season, formed early Sunday morning.
The 28th tropical storm of the season is headed for the northern Gulf coast later this week.
Northwest Florida is no longer in the five-day cone of uncertainty.