ATLANTA — Humberto continues to get stronger.
As of 11 p.m. Monday, the center of hurricane Humberto is located about 645 miles west of Bermuda. Max sustained winds are at 90mph. The storm is moving east-northeast at 8mph. It is expected to stay off of the Atlantic coastline and move more to the northeast. It is bringing some rough surf to the FL, GA and Carolina coastlines. It will threaten Bermuda with some of the effects of the storm as the center passes north and west of the island.
There are two more potential tropical systems that we are watching. One system is in the western Gulf near Texas. It has a 20% chance of development over the next five days. It will bring rain to parts of Texas and Mexico. It looks like it won't become a named storm.
There is another system we've been watching in the Atlantic. It is in an area that has a good chance of development over the next two days. However, by midweek, the chances for development go up to 90%. It's too early to tell whether or not this system will have any impacts on the United States. So far, our long term models keep it in the Atlantic as it dissipates. We will keep tracking it for you. The next name on the list is Imelda.
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