A disorganized storm in the Atlantic could be a rainmaker for south Florida.

The system is expected to enter Bahamian waters this weekend where it's likely to form into a tropical depression or storm.

Specialist Michael Brennan at the National Hurricane Center says they'll no more about a track once the system forms a center of circulation.

Brennan says depending on the track, heavy rain isn't out of the question for our area next week.

Some models show the storm veering off to the north, but others have it coming towards south Florida early next week.

(Photo: National Hurricane Center)