NHC: Disturbance In East-Atlantic Becomes More Organized, 90-Percent Chance Of Formation Through 5-Days

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NHC: conditions are favorable for further development

National Hurricane Center is continuing to monitor a disturbance in the East-Atlantic that has become more organized since yesterday, according to Meteorologists. (NHC Image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – National Hurricane Center (NHC) is continuing to monitor a disturbance in the East-Atlantic that has become more organized since yesterday, according to Meteorologists.

Located a few hundred miles south-southwest of the Cabo Verde Islands, the storm is forecasted to increase in strength as it continues to move through Atlantic.

National Hurricane Center gives the storm a 70-percent chance of further development in the next 48 hours, with those chances bumping up to 90-percent in the next five days.

Experts are expecting the storm to become a tropical depression by the weekend.

At this time, category 3 Hurricane Florence, is not a threat to the United States.

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