On Saturday, an area of low pressure moving from west to east will launch off of the east coast of the United States and head out across the Atlantic Ocean.
The system will sweep past Bermuda, moving over the warm waters of the western Atlantic, at which point it may develop a little bit.
The National Hurricane Center has given this system a 30 percent chance for development over the next five days as it moves away from the United States and out to sea.
Resident of Bermuda could get some stormy weather out of this.
Storm Team 5 will continue to watch this situation for information purposes, but it is not a threat to Florida in any way.
FOLKS IN BERMUDA ARE WATCHING THIS...
An area of low pressure will move off of the U.S. coast and head east out into the ocean over the weekend.
The Hurricane Center has given that low a 30% of development as it moves away from us toward Berumda. pic.twitter.com/mcDWEFdCpa
— glenn glazer (@glennglazer) November 23, 2018