As hurricane season continues, the National Hurricane Center is watching three areas of interest with a new system that could affect Florida.
Heavy rains continue in the forecast through the next five days.
First Atlantic system of the season may form later this week.
Severe storms with supercell thunderstorm activity is expected to reach the panhandle between 1-6 p.m. Thursday.
Today is the climatological peak of the hurricane season and there's an ocean full of areas to keep an eye on.
Hurricane Isaias is now forecast to become a category 2 storm.
Potential Tropical Cyclone Nine is expected to become a tropical storm tonight or tomorrow.
Tropical Storm Edouard formed. It is expected to be short-lived.
The National Hurricane Center is watching three areas of interest.
Only the low-pressure system over Central America shows any promise to reach the United States.