Tropical disturbance: 2 a.m. Thursday
OUTLOOK: Now there is only one disturbance on the National Hurricane Center's radar, and it's being given a high chance of developing over the next five days.
While it's too early to say where it might go, the hurricane center's swath - showing the area where the system might develop into a depression or storm - aims generally toward the southern tip of Florida or the Gulf of Mexico.
WHAT FLORIDA CAN EXPECT: It's too early to say.
PARTICULARS: As of 2 a.m., the system was given a 50 percent chance of developing over the next two days and a 70 percent chance over the next five days.
Hurricane specialist Mike Brennan said the system could strengthen into a tropical depression within the next couple of days as it moves toward the Caribbean.
Then it might be disrupted if it goes over Hispaniola or Cuba, limiting "development potential over the weekend," he said.
LOCATION: Several hundred miles east of the Windward Islands
MOVEMENT: Northwest at 10 to 15 mph
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