NHC Monitoring a Disturbance East of Florida near the Bahamas

Hurricane Season Sign With Stormy Background

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(Miami, Fl) -- Hurricane season doesn't officially begin until June, but the National Hurricane center in Miami has spotted a tropical disturbance east of Florida and north of the Bahamas.

Forecasters say the disturbance has a 10% chance of becoming a tropical depression over the next 48 hours.

According to the NHC: "A surface trough is interacting with an upper-level low that is producing a large area of disturbed weather extending a couple of hundred miles northeast of the Bahamas."

As the disturbance moves north-northeast, heavy rain could reach parts of Bermuda later this week.

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