Tropical Storm Kate Update - Florida Hurricane Season

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As we continue to survey the damage and pray for all those affected by hurricane Ida which slammed into the Gulf Coast as a category 4 everyone is still in high alert for the next named storm.

The National Hurricane Center said Tropical Storm Kate would move over the open waters of the central Atlantic Ocean. There were no coastal watches or warnings in effect for the storm.

The center said on Monday afternoon that significant strengthening “does not appear likely at this time.”

According to NBC6: A low-pressure area off the coast of Africa is well defined according to forecasters as thunderstorm activities is beginning to form. A 90 percent chance of development is forecast over the next 48 hours as the area moves to the west before making more of a northward turn.

South Florida does not appear in any areas of concern for either potential system, but forecasters will keep watching for any potential changes.

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