Tropical Depression 5 develops in the Atlantic Ocean | 10Weather WTSP

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The weather system is disorganized at this time and stretches from Florida to the Bahamas.

It is one that those in the Caribbean will be keeping a close eye on for the next few days.

The first system is located near the Florida coast as it moves north to the northeast near Sebastian.

Environmental conditions could become more conducive for the storm's development as it moves back toward the Atlantic on Saturday.

We are watching a weak area of low pressure near the southeastern coast of the Florida peninsula.

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The system is moving northwestward toward Florida's east coast, which will likely increase rain chances for the weekend.

Spaghetti models are in good agreement that Tropical Storm Dorian will strengthen into Hurricane Dorian and continue on a west-northwesterly track towards the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, and Haiti.

The center of this newly formed tropical development is located 805 miles east-southeast of Barbados. The NHC said there's a 70% chance of a tropical cyclone forming within 48 hours and a 90% chance of a tropical cyclone forming in the next five days.

The system could become a tropical storm Erin Sunday, and if not, certainly by Monday.

However, even if the churning tropical storms do not develop into hurricanes, heavy showers are possible in northwestern Bahamas, southern and central Florida over the weekend. High temps will be in the upper 80s.

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