ORLANDO, Fla. (FOX 35 ORLANDO) - A trough of low pressure moving up the Florida Peninsula is producing disorganized showers and some thunderstorm activity," according to the National Hurricane Center.
Rain chances increase to as high as around 50 percent throughout Friday. On Saturday, it will be hot and humid with a high of 92 with showers in the forecast for Sunday as well.
"Rain chance up to 50 percent come Sunday with a high of 91," says Fox 35 meteorologist Jayme King.
Environmental conditions are not expected to be conducive for significant development of this system while it moves northwestward, and then northward over the Florida peninsula and near the southeast United States coast during the next day or so. This system is forecast to merge with a frontal system later this weekend.
A trough of low pressure over the NW Bahamas has a low chance of becoming a tropical cyclone once it moves over the western Atlantic later this week. Locally heavy rains are possible over portions of the Bahamas and Florida during the next couple of days https://t.co/tW4KeGdBFb pic.twitter.com/zamD0rsXGA— National Hurricane Center (@NHC_Atlantic) May 1, 2019
Hurricane season officially begins June 1 and runs till November 30.
Forecasters predict two to four major Atlantic hurricanes for the U.S. this year. The first storm that develops will be named Andrea.