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Tropical Storm Douglas forms in the Pacific, first Atlantic tropical disturbance brewing

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Andrea Bagley
Digital Reporter

Monday, June 30, 2014, 10:08 AM - Tropical Storm Douglas, the fourth named storm of the eastern Pacific hurricane season, is spinning off Mexico's Pacific coast.

Douglas is expected to track in a west-northwesterly direction over the next couple of days, but poses no direct threat to land.

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"Douglas is already moving over cooler ocean water, which should put a cap on its strengthening," says "However, a lack of wind shear may allow Douglas to strengthen a bit through Tuesday or Wednesday, before a slow weakening takes Douglas to a remnant low late this week."

There are currently no coastal watches or warnings in places.

Tropical threat in the Atlantic

Meanwhile, a tropical depression may form in the next couple of days off the Florida coast.

"A tropical depression is likely to form by mid-week while the system moves slowly southwestward and then turns northward and northeastward near the southeastern United States coast," said the U.S. National Hurricane Center.

Will this storm impact Atlantic Canada? Be sure to check back as we keep a close eye on its development.

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