A large area of showers and thunderstorms is approaching South Florida, but weather forecasters don't expect it to strengthen.
A statement from the National Hurricane Center in Miami indicated the disturbance is associated with an upper-level low pressure system and a surface trough.
The system is moving west and is expected to cross the Florida peninsula on Saturday.
South Florida could experience heavy rains and gusty winds over the weekend.
The system is being affected by strong wind shear.
Possibilities of strengthening are currently 0 percent, the hurricane center said in its Friday statement.