The 2022 Hurricane isn’t over yet, and a large non-tropical low pressure system that is expected to develop this weekend across the northeastern Caribbean Sea and southwestern Atlantic on a potential path to Florida is serving as a reminder. The storm looks to bring heavy rain, beach erosion, and more depending on its future development.

The system is forecast to be very broad and disorganized, but environmental conditions could support gradual subtropical or tropical development beginning early next week while it moves generally northwest or west over the southwestern Atlantic.

There’s a 30% chance that it will develop over the next five days, and could impact the Bahamas and then Florida, according to the National Hurricane Center.