A tropical system east of Florida is now up to a 70% chance of development

A new tropical system is projected to build next week with the chance of bringing severe weather to Florida, according to experts.On Sunday, a region of low pressure is anticipated to develop north of Hispaniola, according to the National Hurricane Center.The system is anticipated to begin as wide and disorganized before evolving into a subtropical or tropical storm.“Nothing particularly organized is expected. But still, expect “squally” weather along with periods of heavy rain and coastal flooding at high tide,” says Meteorologist Dennis Philips.Regardless of how the system develops, the NHC warned that there is a higher risk of “beach erosion

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