Tropical Storm Florence, which formed off the African coast on Saturday morning, is heading to the open eastern Atlantic Ocean, the National Hurricane Center announced. It is expected to continue to move west and should move away from the islands by Saturday afternoon.
The storm is expected to continue on its current path while slowly intensifying for the next 48 hours, then curve a little more to the northwest, keeping the storm out to sea.
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But wind shear isn't aiding the wave's development as it drifts toward the Gulf's warm waters next week.
However, some drier air that is now north of Florence may help limit its strengthening.
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In its 8 a.m. statement the National Hurricane Center said Florence had become much better organized during the morning, with pronounced banding features becoming evident on satellite photos.
Elsewhere, a strong tropical wave now moving over the Turks and Caicos and eastern Cuba will continue to be monitored for tropical development over the next few days as it heads toward the Bahamas, South Florida and the Gulf of Mexico.
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One thing is for certain it is going to bring an increasing chance for heavier rain and stronger storms on Monday and Tuesday. This system is not expected to strengthen as it moves across Florida, but as it reaches the eastern Gulf of Mexico during the early to middle part of next week, conditions could be favorable for growth.