TROPICAL STORM NEXT WEEK IN CARIBBEAN , ATLANTIC OCEAN | GLOBAL MEDIA WEATHER NEWS
A pair of tropical storms may form next week as the frenetic 2020 Atlantic hurricane season continues its record named storm pace.,Now, the National Hurricane Center is monitoring two areas, each of which may develope into a tropical depression or hurricane next week.
However, the pressure difference between strong high pressure over the North Atlantic Ocean and this disturbance should eventually generate swells that will push toward parts of the East Coast, leading to high surf and rip current next week
This rough surf should also extend to the Bahamas, and north-facing coasts of Hispaniola, Puerto Rico, the Virgin Island and the Leeward Island
These two potential systems are both in areas that have seen development before this late in the hurricane season, from the central Atlantic Ocean to the Caribbean Sea
If both of these systems become named storms, they would be named "Epsilon" and "Zeta", the fifth and sixth letters of the Greek alphabet.