The National Hurricane Center in Miami says Hurricane Leslie is beginning to turn northward far out in the Atlantic Ocean.
Hurricane Leslie is roughly 510 miles ESE of Bermuda with winds of 70kts.
Leslie is forecast to become a hurricane tonight or early Wednesday.
Leslie is sending large swells to Florida, but is not a direct threat to the U.S. It is notable in that it has undergone multiple transformations to gain hurricane status and keeps the season above normal in terms of activity. Forecasters say the storm is heading north at 3 miles per hour (6 kph) and is expected continue through Friday night.
Swells from Leslie are also being felt at the US East Coast, the Bahamas and most of the Greater and Lesser Antilles.
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The National Hurricane Center is watching an area of low pressure in the southwestern Caribbean, giving it a 20 percent chance of developing over the next five days.
Strong winds today are forecast to gradually ease by tomorrow night, according to the Bermuda Weather Service.
There are no other named storms at this time, but there is one area showing minimal signs of development in the southwest Caribbean Sea.
In the Pacific, Tropical Depression Rosa is hitting Baja California, promising heavy rain for the desert southwest.