Although hurricane season begins on June 1st, a non-tropical low has already developed east-southeast of Bermuda and may become subtropical storm Ana by tomorrow.
According to the National Hurricane Center, it has a 50% chance of formation over the next two days and 80% over the next five days.
It might bring some heavy rains and gusty winds to Bermuda, but Sunday-Monday it pushes out to sea.
Forecasters at Colorado State University predict an “above-average” season with 16 named storms, eight hurricanes and four major hurricanes of Category 3 strength or greater.
A storm has developed before the official start of hurricane season every year since 2015.