Tropical Depression Fourteen Track For Sebastian, Vero Beach

Current track for Tropical Depression Fourteen in the Atlantic.
Current track for Tropical Depression Fourteen in the Atlantic. (Photo: NOAA)

SEBASTIAN – It’s still too early for Tropical Depression Fourteen spaghetti models, but its current track is aimed at Sebastian and Vero Beach even though it could just fall apart in the Atlantic, the National Hurrican Center said.

The tropical depression is no threat for Sebastian and Vero Beach at this time as it moves westward.

We also have no idea where it might be going as we monitor the storm.

“The NHC forecast calls for gradual intensification during the next 3 days. However, the global models (primarily the GFS and the ECMWF) develop a large upper-level trough over the central Atlantic which will bring high shear over the cyclone by day 4. This should result in weakening as indicated in the forecast,” the National Hurricane Center said.

The depression is moving toward the west near 15 mph, and this motion is expected to continue during the next couple of days.

Fourteen has is a small storm with maximum sustained winds of 35 mph.

Three disturbances in the Atlantic during a very busy hurricane season.
Three disturbances in the Atlantic during a very busy hurricane season. (Photo: NOAA)

Tropical Depression Fourteen is forecast to become a Tropical Storm later today or tomorrow.

There are a few people in Sebastian and Vero Beach worried about this storm, but the National Hurricane Center expects it to weaken by next week.

Signup for the free Sebastian Daily newsletter for your chance to win free dinners and merchandise!

Copyright 2020 SebastianDaily.com All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.

mm
About Andy Hodges
Andy Hodges was born in Annapolis, Maryland and raised in Jupiter, Florida. Andy has been a radio & TV personality since the 1980s. He has worked for WLIZ, WFLX-FOX 29, WIRK, WIXI, WKSY, WRMF, and WJNO to name a few. After spending 7 years in Atlanta, Georgia during the 1990s, Andy returned to Florida and settled in the small town of Sebastian in 2000. In 2005, he returned to the broadcasting news sector and eventually joined our news team in 2016 as editor in chief. Andy's family has lived in Sebastian for more than 45 years.