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TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — A week after powerful Hurricane Ian struck Florida, forecasters are watching two other systems in the tropics, a tropical depression and the remnants of a tropical depression.

The National Hurricane Center said Tropical Depression Thirteen formed Thursday night near the ABC islands. It could become a tropical storm by Friday morning.

It is expected to become a hurricane by Saturday night as it approaches San Andres and Providencia Islands. It poses no threat to Florida, according to Storm Team 8 Meteorologist Leigh Spann.

The other system, Tropical Depression 12, dissapated on Thursday night.

Spann said the new depression should gradually strengthen in the Caribbean and may hit Central America as a Category 1 hurricane.

A Hurricane Watch is in effect for:

San Andres, Providencia, and Santa Catalina Islands, Colombia

A Tropical Storm Warning is in effect for:

Coast of Colombia from Riohacha eastward to the Colombia/Venezuela border.

The next named storms of the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season will be Julia and Karl.