South Floridians are in for a rainy weekend, but no significant storms are headed this way.
Showers and thunderstorms in the “extreme southeastern Gulf of Mexico,” which has a 10 percent chance of turning into a cyclone over the weekend, will likely weaken as it moves, according to the National Hurricane Center.
A second system, located just north of Puerto Rico, is spreading west-northwestward with no signs of organization, the NHC reported. It only has a 10 percent chance of turning into a cyclone in the next two days.
The National Weather Service predicts temperatures around 90 degrees and a partly sunny weekend with 50 percent chance of storms.