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Tropical Storm Larry, which poses no threat to land at this time, has been strengthening in the Atlantic and is set to become a hurricane Thursday then possibly a major hurricane by Friday morning.
Forecasters say a tropical wave sweeping through the Caribbean Sea, south of Cayman, could develop into a tropical depression or storm this week.
Forecasters are keeping track of two new weather systems in the Atlantic basin as of Monday morning.
Weather forecasters are now predicting the non-tropical low pressure system flagged earlier today will become a short-lived subtropical cyclone by weekend.
Tropical Depression 11 is forecast to gradually strengthen later today and is expected to become a tropical storm, US forecasters have predicted.
As of Thursday afternoon, there were two active systems affecting the Caribbean, while a potential third system has been spotted off the western coast of Africa.
Weather forecasters at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, Florida say they expect Tropical Storm Gonzalo to become a category one hurricane as soon as Thursday. If it does it would become the first hurricane for the 2020 Atlantic Hurricane Season.