Source: Orlando Sentinel
Tropical Depression 13 formed late Wednesday with it projected to grow into a tropical storm and head toward Florida over the weekend.
The depression is projected to gradually strengthen and could grow into Tropical Storm Laura, the 12th named storm of the 2020 hurricane season, on Thursday.
It’s expected to drop 1 to 3 inches of rain with some isolated areas with 5 inches of rain through Friday night over the northern Leeward Islands and Puerto Rico.
The five-day projected path has it approaching Florida by Sunday night and parked off the southwest Florida coast by Monday morning, but the majority of peninsular Florida is in the cone of uncertainty.
The NHC is also tracking two other systems, one in the Caribbean with a high chance of becoming either a tropical depression or tropical storm, and another with low chance expected to move off the coast of Africa.
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