The National Hurricane Center announced that a non-tropical low pressure system is developing a few hundred miles northeast of Bermuda.
The system has a 40% chance of forming over the next five days and could have both non-tropical and tropical characteristics.
A hybrid storm gets some of its energy from warm ocean waters and a tropical system gets all of its energy from warm ocean waters.
Hurricane season starts June 1st, so for those who need reminding, it's time to keep an eye on the Atlantic.
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