Hurricane season starts June 1 and ends November 30, but hurricane forecasters always add the caveat that storms can form anytime.
This low may become a depression or a storm; it has a medium chance according to the National Hurricane Center on Sunday. Regardless of development, this will bring rain to the Florida Peninsula and the south eastern Gulf of Mexico.
As the storm churns north, rain will likely continue in South Florida at least through Wednesday.
The rain, however, is welcome news to the region. This system could acquire tropical or sub-tropical characteristics over the next several days as it slowly moves northward to the Florida/Alabama border.
We'll see some of the rain off this developing low from the southeast begin to push into our Southeastern zones heading into the late morning.
The storm already dumped a prodigious amount of rain on South Florida over the weekend, setting a new one-day record for the date in Key West with almost three-and-a-half inches and sparking tornado and flash-flood warnings across the region.
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Rain amounts across Alabama through the next seven days will range from near 3 inches close to the Georgia border to near one-half inch along the MS border.
Tropical disturbances in May are not uncommon.
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While areas of flooding are possible where the heaviest rainfall develops, this precipitation will, for the most part, be beneficial.
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