TAMPA - While hurricanes Leslie and Michael churn away in the Atlantic, forecasters say a tropical system in the Gulf could bring some wet weather our way this weekend.
The Gulf system, located about 60 miles southeast of the mouth of the Mississippi River, is made up of some remnants of Hurricane Isaac. It's expected to move westward over the next few days increasing our rain chances before being pushed out of the way by an approaching front.
Forecasters at the National Hurricane Center say the system barely has a medium chance - 30 percent - of becoming a tropical cyclone during the next 48 hours.
In the Atlantic, Hurricane Leslie is a Category 1 storm located about 430 miles south-southeast of Bermuda. The storm is expected to create rough surf and dangerous rip currents along the U.S. east coast over the next few days.
Further east, Hurricane Michael is a Category 2 storm and is moving north, posing no threat to land.
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