A storm is forming in the North Atlantic, known as Tropical Depression Two, moving to the west at 16 MPH. It is presently a tropical depression, with winds of 35 MPH. Its path should take it to Puerto Rico on Thursday into Friday and into the Dominican Republic. If it continues on its present course, it will pass over Cuba, then enter the Gulf of Mexico. It can affect either Texas or Louisiana if it continues on its present course. This may be the first storm that may impact the mainland of the United States this hurricane season. As this storm moves forward, its progress will be reported here. If it turns into a hurricane, it will become Hurricane Bertha.