Looks like a tropical or subtropical cyclone could be heading our way since a low-pressure system over the Bay of Campeche near Mexico has a 80% possibility of development over the next 48 hours. According to forecasters with the National Hurricane Center, even if it doesn’t become a cyclone it could produce gusty winds and rain. The system would be named Nestor if it forms into a tropical storm. Although its too early to say, Forecasters recommend those living along the northern Gulf Coast, including Florida to monitor the system in the next few days.
Picture credit to Getty images & Roberto Schmidt/Staff. Read more about the possible tropical or subtropical cyclone here.