The 2019 Atlantic hurricane season begins today and runs through Nov. 30.
With the hurricane season to start tomorrow, the National Hurricane Center is already watching the latest area of low pressure.
It's looking more certain that Hurricane Michael is likely to hit the northern Gulf Coast by mid week.
Tropical Depression 14 is expected to reach the northern Gulf Coast mid week.
The tropical disturbance is moving toward the Yucatan Peninsula.
A new disturbance in the southwestern Caribbean Sea the attention of the National Hurricane Center.
A tornado watch is likely for later today as a result of Alberto's trek toward the Gulf Coast,
The storm system in the Caribbean Sea is not expected to develop much until it crosses the Yucatan Peninsula and moves into the Gulf of Mexico.
Pensacola and Milton have now been included in the three-day prediciability cone.
Data from reconnaissance missions indicate a rapid intensification of Tropical Depression 16 is possible.