Bermuda has started to experience rain and strong winds from Hurricane Humberto.
The US National Hurricane Center says Humberto, a sprawling Category 3 storm, is packing sustained winds of 120 miles per hour as the eyewall pushes east-northeast about 100 miles west of Bermuda.
The hurricane center says southern coastal parts of Bermuda could experience flooding from storm surge and dangerous breaking waves.
Humberto is one of three storms drawing attention in the Atlantic basin.
Imelda, a tropical depression, has rescue teams on alert as it threatens to dump the most rain since Hurricane Harvey on eastern Texas.
Meanwhile, Tropical Storm Jerry, still far east of the Leeward Islands, could strengthen into a hurricane by week's end.