Tropical Depression Moving Toward Florida, Hurricane Friday At 5AM Winds With 35 MPH

The National Hurricane Center is expecting Tropical Depression to move closer to Florida

They expect the storm to strengthen into a tropical storm and then a hurricane by Friday morning.

What is a Tropical Depression?

A tropical depression is a type of tropical cyclone that is characterized by low wind speeds and heavy rains.

Tropical depressions typically form over warm ocean waters in the summer or fall.

Tropical depressions can sometimes intensify into tropical storms or hurricanes.

However, most tropical depressions remain relatively weak and cause only minor damage.

Tropical depressions that form in the Atlantic Ocean are often given names by the National Hurricane Center.

For example, the tropical depression that is currently moving toward Florida is called Hurricane Friday.