As Tropical Storm Fernanda churns closer to the Hawaiian Islands, heightened swells and rip currents could threaten bathers and boaters despite the storm weakening into Monday.
The former tropical storm weakened after crossing the Windward Islands but will spread downpours westward across the southern Caribbean Sea this week.
A new tropical storm has developed in the Atlantic Ocean, becoming the fourth named tropical system of the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season.
While redevelopment of Tropical Depression Four remains unlikely, the shell of the system will spread showers and thunderstorms across South Florida prior to the end of the week.
Robust showers and thunderstorms from the former Tropical Depression Four will affect the Florida Peninsula during the latter part of this week.
Large waves from former Hurricane Eugene will reach the coast of Southern California and threaten bathers and boaters on Thursday.
On the heels of former Tropical Depression Four, another tropical wave has emerged off Africa. However, obstacles lie in its path to becoming the Atlantic’s next tropical depression.
Tropical Depression Four weakened into a batch of disorganized showers and thunderstorms and will pass north of the Leeward Islands this weekend.