"Regardless of Florence's eventual track, large swells will begin to affect Bermuda later today and portions of the U.S. East Coast this weekend, resulting in life-threatening surf and rip currents", a message from the National Weather Service read.
As "late next week" starts to come within range of increased model accuracy for tropical storm forecast tracks, more of those models are bringing Florence - at this writing a tropical storm - farther west.
The storm is forecast to get uncomfortably close to parts of the USA east coast, including the Carolinas.
Forecasters in the Baltimore region say any impacts here remain unclear. The question of where Florence would make landfall and how strong the cyclone would be is too soon to be determined.
However, meteorologists predict that this weakening is only momentary and believe that within the next 36 hours, Florence will regain intensity and again become a major hurricane.
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The other is wind shear.
The first major hurricane of the 2018 Atlantic season, Florence on Wednesday afternoon had maximum sustained winds of 125 miles per hour, according to the National Hurricane Center. The storm was centered about 905 miles (1,457 kilometers) east-southeast of Bermuda and moving west at 8 mph (13 kph). The National Hurricane Center (NHC) said that swells will be felt in the United States and Bermuda long with the north coasts of Puerto Rico, Haiti, the Dominican Republic and the Turks and Caicos Islands.
The remnants of Tropical Storm Gordon were also dying off Thursday, with the storm downgraded to a depression as it moved inland over Mississippi. Hurricane Hunters (airplanes that fly into tropical systems) are stationed in Bermuda and are preparing for flights into the storm. That gives us some time to do our hurricane preps now.
Forecasters at the Canadian Hurricane Centre are closely monitoring a storm churning out in the Atlantic.
Off the coast of Africa, two waves continued to become better organized and could potentially become Helene and Isaac, the season's eight and ninth named storms.