Tropical Storm Elsa, which formed Thursday morning over the Atlantic Ocean, is moving quickly toward the Caribbean, and South Florida is potentially in its path, according to the National Hurricane Center.
Though it is too soon to determine what, if any, impacts could occur in Florida next week, officials encouraged residents to monitor the storm and make preparations.
This incudes crews at the condo collapse in Surfside, Florida, where frequent bouts of lightning and thunderstorms already have forced the suspension of rescue efforts. Showers and thunderstorms remain in the forecast for the next several days in Surfside, the National Weather Service said.
Elsa is forecast to drift west-northwest over open waters of the Caribbean Sea from Saturday through Monday,
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