Keep an eye on these two. As Tropical Storm Jose continues to circle in the Atlantic, posing minimal threat to land, a pair of rough-weather patches off the African coast, one now a tropical depression, are just two more indications that while Irma might be over, hurricane season is not. “The peak of the hurricane season is mid-August through late October, and conditions remain favorable across the

Atlantic basin for systems to form and strengthen,” said National Hurricane Center spokesman Dennis Feltgen. Both systems are far out in the eastern Atlantic, still thousands of miles from South Florida. One of them became Tropical Depression 14 late Thursday. “The depression is forecast to become a tropical storm later today or tomorrow,” forecaster Lixion Avila wrote in the hurricane center’s advisory Friday morning. READ MORE