A tropical disturbance in the Caribbean could form into another tropical storm that threatens Florida by the weekend.

The National Hurricane Center has been tracking three new disturbances in the Atlantic Ocean that have formed since the weekend. One has been picked up in the central Atlantic while another could form off the coast of Africa. The most pressing is one near the southern tip of the Bahamas, near the Cabo Verde Islands, that is aimed for Florida.

The NHC has been tracking the tropical waves since Monday that are expected to move through the still recovering Bahamas. It has only produced scattered storms and showers thus far and is forecasted to move into the Gulf of Mexico by the weekend.

Tuesday morning forecasts have the weather pattern at “0% chance of cyclone formation in 48 hours.” The chance of formation does increase to 30% for the five-day forecast but conditions in the wake of Dorian are not favorable for storm formations, according to the NHC.

However, if conditions change it could form into Tropical Storm Humberto, making it the eighth named storm of the 2019 hurricane season. Its current path would also have it make landfall over central and southern Florida while moving into the Gulf of Mexico.

Tropical Storm Dorian is pictured approaching north-northwest of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean on its movement toward Florida, in a satellite image obtained from NOAA/RAMMB Tropical Storm Dorian is pictured approaching north-northwest of Puerto Rico in the Caribbean on its movement toward Florida, in a satellite image obtained from NOAA/RAMMB Photo: NOAA/RAMMB / HO