Tropical Storm Gert continues to strengthen within the Atlantic Ocean, with swells anticipated to quickly start affecting parts of the U.S. East Coast.
The Nationwide Hurricane Middle stated Gert was centered about 455 miles (735 kilometers) west-southwest of Bermuda Monday night and had most sustained winds of 70 mph (one hundred ten kph). It’s shifting north at eight mph (thirteen kph).
Gert is predicted to turn into a hurricane Monday night time.
A gradual flip towards the northeast with a rise in ahead velocity is forecast for Tuesday night time.
Swells generated by Gert will start to have an effect on parts of Bermuda and the U.S. East Coast — from North Carolina to New York — over the subsequent couple of days.
The Hurricane Middle says these swells are more likely to trigger life-threatening surf and rip present circumstances.