Tropics Active for the End of October as Development is Likely Near Gulf

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The National Hurricane Center continues to increase development chances in the western Caribbean Sea for development as Epsilon stays at hurricane strength.

Epsilon reached major hurricane strength on Wednesday but has weakened as it stays in the western Atlantic. This system is well past Bermuda and will stay east of the United States as it moves into the northern Atlantic. This is not a threat to the Gulf Coast.

The NHC continues to increase the likelihood a tropical system will develop with an area across the western Caribbean Sea. Showers and thunderstorm activity is showing more signs of organization and the threat for development has increased to 90%. Cuba and Florida will see the main impacts from this disturbance at the start but models now pull this disturbance further north into the eastern Gulf. The next name on the list is Zeta.

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