Invest 93L, which may threaten Florida next week, and Tropical Storm Franklin are just two of several systems being tracked across an active Atlantic Ocean as the peak of hurricane season approaches.
Here's a closer look at each of the systems.
The National Hurricane Center has been tracking the disturbance for a few days and has given it a high chance of development.
The system is likely to become better organized into a tropical depression late this weekend or early next as it moves slowly north, entering the eastern Gulf of Mexico, according to the NHC. It will be named Idalia if it becomes a tropical storm or hurricane.
"What we're most concerned about right now is a matter of flooding across the (Florida) peninsula," Kevin Guthrie, director of Florida's Emergency Management Division, told FOX Weather on Friday.
Hurrican Franklin strengthens as it moves between mid-Atlantic and Bermuda
Hurricane Franklin is moving north and starting to gain strength. It is not forecast to make landfall in the U.S., but the East Coast will likely see rip currents and rough surf as the storm passes between the U.S. and Bermuda.
Other areas of interest
There are two other areas of interest in the Atlantic.
Forecasters are tracking Invest 92L as it moves through the open waters of the Atlantic. It has a medium chance of development within a week.
On Friday, the NHC added another disturbance to the list. This one is located near Africa and has a low chance of development during the next seven days.