Disturbance in the Caribbean forecast to develop into Tropical Storm Julia
ORLANDO, Fla. — A disturbance in the southeast Caribbean is now potential cyclone 13, which means its forecast to gain strength shortly. Channel 9 meteorologist Rusty McCranie said the system is forecast to become Tropical Storm Julia and gain hurricane strength before making landfall in Central America, well away from Florida. McCranie said computer models all show a nearly due west track, including the Euro model, with a landfall in Central America. The disturbance we have been watching in the SE Caribbean is now "Potential Tropical Cyclone" 13, meaning it's expected to develop shortly. Very far south track into Central America and well away from Florida.wftv.com
TRACK, MODELS, SATELLITE, RADAR: Eta moves farther west
Here is the 10 p.m. advisory and forecast track on #Eta from the National Hurricane Center. pic.twitter.com/Ee7VkyYzkS — Samara Cokinos (@CokinosSamaraWx) November 10, 2020According to the National Hurricane Center, as of 7 p.m. Monday, Eta was 155 miles west-southwest of the Dry Tortugas. In fact, the latest track for Eta shows the system being downgraded before reaching landfall again. The impacts of Tropical Storm Eta for the Central Florida area are starting to lessen. Latest track of Eta released.