(970 WFLA)- Parts of southeastern Florida are now under a tropical storm watch as Hurricane Sandy moves through the Caribbean, gaining strength as it heads towards Jamaica.
The latest track has Hurricane Sandy moveing over the eastern Caribbean and moves up along the east coast of Florida. The current forecasted track shows the storm not causing too many problems for the state of Florida. Should the storm move further west, it could bring strong chances of high wind and rains and rough surf.
Residents living along the east coast should expect to see some effect of Sandys' 80 mph winds. The watch extends from Jupiter all the way down to the Florida Keys.