Tropical Storm Bonnie forms, aims for Central America

A tropical disturbance that’s continuing to zip across the southern Caribbean Sea is now the second-named storm of the Atlantic season has formed: Tropical Storm Bonnie.

The storm will not impact the U.S.

"[We're] looking at a landfall late tonight, early tomorrow morning in Nicaragua and the border of Costa Rica," said FOX 13's meteorologist Dave Osterberg, "and then into the eastern Pacific."

A Tropical Storm Warning remains in effect for the island of San Andrés, Colombia, as well as from Limón, Costa Rica, northward to Sandy Bay Sirpi, Nicaragua.

Additionally, a Hurricane Watch has been issued for the southeastern coast of Nicaragua, while a Tropical Storm Watch has been issued along portions of the Pacific coasts of Costa Rica and Nicaragua.

The disturbance is expected to spread rain and wind across Nicaragua and Costa Rica on Friday before crossing Central America and ending up in the Eastern Pacific.

Forecasters are also monitoring a tropical disturbance, dubbed Invest 95L, off the coast of Texas that's expected to bring heavy rain to portions of southeastern Texas and southwestern Louisiana for the next few days.

FOX Weather contributed to this article