System Off Florida Could Become Next Named Storm

Amid destruction in Texas and Louisiana associated with Hurricane Harvey, forecasters are also keeping an eye on an area off the coast of North Florida that could become the next named storm.

A new system just off the coast of Jacksonville and South Georgia has become Potential Tropical Cyclone Ten. 

It is likely to become Tropical Storm Irma later Monday and bring storm conditions to South and North Carolina, along with heavy surf for the Northeast United States beaches closer to the start of Labor Day Weekend.

Even though this storm is strengthening, it is moving away from South Florida and will decrease rain chances toward the middle of the week.

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