Tropical Disturbance Spotted In Atlantic, Could Form Into Storm This Week Tyler Durden Mon, 08/10/2020 – 09:05 The National Hurricane Center (NHC) in Miami, Florida, is tracking a tropical wave over the Atlantic that could form into a tropical cyclone this week. “NHC is monitoring a tropical wave over the open Atlantic for possible development over the next few days. No impacts to South Florida are expected at this time. This is a reminder that we are in hurricane season. Make sure your hurricane plan is in order,” NHC said. The disturbance, dubbed Invest 95L, is located a couple of hundred miles south-southwest of the Cabo Verde Islands. With a 40%-60% chance of forming into a tropical depression over the next few days. The directional heading of the wave is westward across the tropical Atlantic Ocean. A tropical wave located a few hundred miles south-southwest of the Cabo Verde Islands could become a tropical depression during the next few days while it moves westward across the tropical Atlantic Ocean. Visit https://t.co/tW4KeGdBFb for the latest on this system. pic.twitter.com/vY1sigB4sG — National Hurricane Center (@NHC_Atlantic) August 9, 2020 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.jsSpaghetti models are showing Invest 95L could track west-northwestward into the Caribbean. So far, 2020 has been an extremely active hurricane season, which goes through November 30. Last week, the East Coast of the US was walloped by Hurricane Isaias. Low pressure area in eastern Atlantic is now given 50% chance of tropical cyclone development in next five days by the National #Hurricane Center. If it gets named, it would be Josephine. Current record for earliest ‘J’ storm in the Atlantic is Jose on August 22, 2005. pic.twitter.com/kHKcwG1jkF — Philip Klotzbach (@philklotzbach) August 9, 2020 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.jsJosephine will be the next named storm in the Atlantic.