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(Bloomberg) – A collection of thunderstorms and showers has a 60% chance of developing into a tropical depression in the next 24 hours and will likely will bring heavy rain to the Cayman Islands, Jamaica and parts of Cuba through Saturday, the National Hurricane Center said. South Florida and the Bahamas may get drenched later in the weekend.

Computer models show the system moving over Cuba grazing south Florida before heading into the Atlantic. It could be named Philippe if it gains strength, or fade away if it merges with a cold front Sunday. All forecasts have the storm veering away from the energy producing areas off the coasts of Texas and Louisiana.

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