The hurricane season ended on Nov. 30, but that hasn't stopped the activity in the Atlantic.

What You Need To Know

  • A disturbance is in the central subtropical Atlantic

  • It still has a medium chance of development

  • It will continue to move northeast over open ocean

A disturbance in the central subtropical Atlantic still has a medium chance to develop over the next few days.

This large area of low pressure continues to produce a broad region of showers and thunderstorms about 800 miles northeast of the northern Leeward Islands. Somewhat favorable conditions over the next couple of days could support development.

It could gain tropical or subtropical characteristics.

Regardless of development, we'll see that chance go down by Friday as the disturbance moves over cooler waters.

This is a reminder that storms can occur outside of the season, so always stay prepared.

See how the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season played out.