The storm gained some strength after moving over the warm waters of the Gulf Stream, with developing wind speeds of about 90 miles per hour, but it's only expected to generate waves that could impact the USA east coast and Bermuda.
A gradual turn toward the northeast with an increase in forward speed is forecast for Tuesday night. The track will continue to take Gert away from the US with the only impacts being rough seas and the potential for rip currents along the east coast from North Carolina up through MA.
Unsafe rip currents will also accompany the hurricane-generated swells, as well.
Some forecasters such as the Met Office are predicting a warm and sunny weekend for the city, with the worst of Gert's conditions swallowed up by low pressure on its way across the Atlantic Ocean.
The National Hurricane Center is also watching two tropical Atlantic systems that may develop during the next few days.
The National Hurricane Center is now tracking three additional waves.
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Historically, hurricane season peaks during late to mid September when conditions are generally more favorable for more intense storms.
Hurricane Gert is now located 300 miles northwest of Bermuda.
The tropical wave with the highest chances of development, identified by forecast models as Invest 99, is located about a thousand miles east of the Lesser Antilles is moving west at 15 mph. It is expected to cross into the Caribbean on Friday and is given a 30 percent chance of developing into something more severe in the next two days and a 40 percent chance in the next five.
Environment Canada is advising swimmers and people in small boats to stay out of Atlantic coastal waters off Nova Scotia on Wednesday and Thursday while Hurricane Gert churns through the area.
The most vigorous of the three tropical waves was emerging off the west coast of Africa Tuesday morning.
Formation chance through 5 days.low.20 percent.