Multiple Tropical Storms, Potential Major Hurricanes in Atlantic has National Hurricane Center on High Alert

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Hurricane Season runs until November 30

National Hurricane Center is on high alert with numerous weather systems in the Atlantic threatening to become major hurricanes and strong tropical storms throughout the Atlantic Ocean. (NHC Image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – National Hurricane Center is on high alert with numerous weather systems in the Atlantic threatening to become major hurricanes and strong tropical storms throughout the Atlantic Ocean.

At this time, none of the systems in the Atlantic are a threat to Brevard County or Florida.

On Monday, National Hurricane Center is watching six weather systems in the Atlantic or the Gulf.

Three of those systems are currently tropical storms with the potential to grow into a hurricane.

National Hurricane Center is on high alert with numerous weather systems in the Atlantic threatening to become major hurricanes and strong tropical storms throughout the Atlantic Ocean. (NHC Image)

Hurricane Paulette is the only designated hurricane in the Atlantic but that is expected to change in the coming hours as Tropical Storm Sally prepares to make landfall Tuesday morning on Louisiana as a Category 1 hurricane.

Paulette is currently registering 100 max sustained winds and moving to the north at 14 mph. Paulette poses no threat the United States.

Of the six systems NHC is following, the storm with the highest potential to become the strongest is Tropical Storm Teddy. Teddy is expected to become a major hurricane on Friday when it turns north of Leeward Islands.

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