In June, NOAA lead seasonal hurricane forecaster Gerry Bell said a higher-than-average 11 to 17 tropical storms would spawn in the Atlantic Ocean during 2017.
Regardless of development, locally heavy rainfall and gusty winds are expected to spread across portions of the Eastern Caribbean Sea Thursday night and Friday.
All three tropical disturbances now have a 40 percent chance of development over five days.
There's also a third tropical wave that moved offshore of west Africa's coast on Wednesday.
Ms Lowe added that ex-hurricanes like Gert can cause difficulty for accurate forecasting.
The National Hurricane Center in Miami said Gert was about 445 miles west of Bermuda late Monday and had maximum sustained winds of 75 mph. Tony Saavedra, meteorologist with the National Weather Service local office in Newport, said Tuesday they've issued a small craft advisory, as well as a beach hazard statement and a rip current warning.
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A low pressure system located about 900 miles east of the Lesser Antilles continues to produce disorganized showers and a few thunderstorms.
Gert is now "way out at sea", sitting approximately 450 miles west of Bermuda and approximately 300 miles from Cape Hatteras, moving north at 12 miles per hour. Heavy rain over the next 24 hours will be followed by the remnants of Hurricane Gert now crossing the Atlantic.
Meanwhile the tropics remain active as we are entering the busiest part of Hurricane season now thru especially September.
When it arrives on Sunday, it is expected to bring warm weather to parts of the United Kingdom, and leave others battling strong winds and heavy rain.
Late Sunday afternoon, Gert became the seventh named storm of the 2017 Atlantic hurricane season.
The WLOX First Alert Weather Team is tracking three tropical waves, each with the potential to develop into a tropical depression or tropical storm by this weekend.