Hurricane center has eyes on 3 Atlantic systems; 1 expected to develop soon
A satellite image released by the NASA Earth Observatory shows Hurricane Agatha over Mexico's Pacific coast - NASA Earth Observatory/AFP

ORLANDO, Fla. — On the fifth week of hurricane season, meteorologists are keeping their eyes on three disturbances with odds of becoming the second tropical storm of the season. First, the National Hurricane Center continues to monitor a tropical wave over the central Atlantic that is continuing to improve its organization, according to the 2 p.m. ET Monday update. The wave is located about 700 miles east-southeast of the Windward Islands. It is moving west at 15 to 20 mph, expected to approach the islands on Tuesday and then move into the southeastern Caribbean Sea on Wednesday and Thursday. ...