The Atlantic hurricane season begins on June 1.
Still, it remains possible that by the end of the weekend or early next week there is a small chance that subtropical or even tropical storm Andrea may form and be the first storm of the 2019 hurricane season.
The storm is not expected to have any impact on the mainland, although NHC officials caution that those with interests in Bermuda should follow its track.
There are no other tropical trouble spots in the Atlantic as of Tuesday morning. The NHC says rain and thunderstorms inside the system are "showing signs of organization".
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The hurricane center expects Andrea to turn to the northeast this afternoon and then more to the east late tonight.
Although hurricane season officially begins June 1, the past 4 hears have has three preseason tropical storms in May.
The NHC said that people in Bermuda should monitor the system.
In 2017, Tropical Storm Arlene formed April 20 as the first named storm of the year and only the second tropical storm on record to form in April, joining Ana, which formed in 2003. Hurricane season runs from June 1 through November 30. The Atlantic has had pre-season storms for five straight years now. By Wednesday, wind shear is forecast to become prohibitively strong for further development. A hurricane watch is issued 48 hours in advance of the anticipated onset of tropical-storm-force winds.