Summer may be coming closer to an end, Hurricane Season is just ramping up and things are beginning to get a little more active in the Tropics.

Right now, 11Alive StormTrackers are watching two systems that have the potential to develop into named tropical storms.

The National Hurricane Center is giving the first system -- hanging near the Caribbean -- about a 20 percent chance of developing within the next 48 hours, but it has a 60 percent chance of developing into something more over the next five days.

But there's another system further out that 11Alive's Chris Holcomb says is a little more impressive. Right now, that area of low pressure is located way out in the Atlantic, closer to the coast of Africa. Holcomb says it's a little more organized and is moving into an area that's more conducive to tropical storm development. It has a much higher chance of developing into a tropical storm within the next 48 hours.

According to the latest spaghetti models, the second system, if it holds together, could be moving into the Caribbean by Wednesday before heading in a north and west direction.

If the systems develop, the next two names on the list for the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season are Franklin and Gert.