Florida could see Tropical Storm Humberto later this week

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If nothing else, the system could bring higher rain chances and cooler temperatures to at least part of Alabama this weekend, forecasters said.

"The rain will die out and become light and patchy as it clears across the South early on Friday, and temperatures are likely to be a few degrees lower, but just briefly", said Sky News' Isobel Lang. By Thursday, however, upper-level winds are forecast to become unfavorable for tropical cyclone formation.

Stay with WPTV and Storm Team 5 for the latest developments on this storm.

This disturbance is slowly traveling northwest and officials state that it has a 60 percent chance of tropical development within the next week, according to WPTV.

For the system nearest to the USA the see a 0% chance of formation into a tropical cyclone in the next 48 hours, rising to 30% over the next 5 days.

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"We could have a developing tropical depression work its way into the Gulf of Mexico as we get into next week", FOX 13 meteorologist Jim Weber explained. However all three are estimated to have a low probability of developing into unsafe storms. Hopefully, it will not develop into anything more than just a rainmaker but if it does get stronger the system's close proximity to the coast will make time of the essence should you need to react.

A broad low pressure system associated with a tropical wave is located about 800 miles east of the lesser Antilles.

But, it doesn't look like the breeze is going to keep the heat away.

Ireland and Scotland will instead have to contend with a fresh storm front that will drop plenty of rain before it scatters and spreads south. Follow WBRZ Weather on Facebook and Twitter for even more weather updates while you are on the go.

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