The National Hurricane Center (NHC) reported that Tropical Storm Gabrielle regenerated about 185 miles south of Bermuda after falling apart last Thursday near Puerto Rico. The storm was moving to the north at 14 mph with maximum sustained winds of 40 mph.
With Bermuda in the path of the Gabrielle, tropical storm warnings have been issued for the area. The storm is forcast to pass over or near the island by early Wednesday.
Further out in the eastern Atlantic, Tropical Storm Humberto continues to strengthen after developing on Monday.
Humberto was located more than 150 miles west of the southernmost Cape Verde Islands and was moving to the west-northwest at 9 mph with maximum sustained winds of 65 mph.
Additional strengthening is forecast and Humberto is expected to become the first Atlantic hurricane of the season by late Tuesday.
"The intensification trend is expected to continue for another 36 hours while Humberto remains over warm water and within an environment of low wind shear and high mid-level moisture," said John Cangialosi, a hurricane specialist at the NHC.
The NHC makes Humberto a Category 2 hurricane with winds up to 100 mph by late Wednesday.
While these storms are not expected to impact the United States, all coastal residents are strongly advised to continue to monitor the latest weather information concerning these storms and other potential storms.
September is historically the most active for tropical storms and hurricanes with the 10th of the month marking the peak. The hurricane season ends Nov. 30.