TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — Tropical Depression 21 has formed in the Caribbean, according to the National Hurricane Center.
The system is located near Nicaragua. There are maximum sustained winds of 30 mph and it’s moving west at 5 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center.
The will move over Nicaragua early Tuesday, bringing heavy rains to Central America.
The system is expected to be short-lived, as it is not expected to strengthen and should dissipate on Tuesday, the National Hurricane Center said.
Meanwhile, Hurricane Tammy is moving north-northeast at about 7 mph. The hurricane is located 695 miles south of Bermuda, according to the National Hurricane Center.
The hurricane has maximum sustained winds of 75 mph and has a chance of strengthening a bit more over the next few days. However, where it can end up is still uncertain.
“The long-range forecast track for Hurricane Tammy remains uncertain,” Max Defender 8 Meteorologist Leigh Spann said. “Some models keep it going north into the central Atlantic, and some models bend it back west near Bermuda. Despite which direction it heads, it will likely weaken quickly and dissipate.”