The National Hurricane Center (NHC) is watching an area for possible tropical development as the end of the 2023 Atlantic hurricane season nears.
The NHC says an area of low pressure is developing along a frontal boundary over the central subtropical Atlantic Ocean on Thursday morning.
According to the NHC, the chances of subtropical or tropical development should end by early next week when the system moves over cooler ocean waters.
Forecasters are giving the system a low chance of development over the next two days and a medium chance of developing over the next week.
If the storm earns a name, it will become Vince, the second-to-last name on the 2023 Atlantic naming list.
Original article source: Tropical disturbance in central Atlantic has medium chance of becoming Vince