In the Atlantic, three storms are currently being monitored – with a system that is expected to be updated to hurricane status later this week. Currently, two other systems are being monitored over the eastern North Pacific Ocean, tropical storm Kiko and tropical Depression Mario. Tropical cyclone Hikaa and tropical storm Tapah are also being monitored over the Arabian Sea and the Pacific Northwest, respectively.
In the Atlantic basin, the newly developed Tropical Depression 13 is currently 315 miles south-southeast of Cape Verde's southernmost islands.
In its latest statement, the NHC said Tropical Depression 13 is "getting better organized" and "should become a tropical storm today."
Tropical Depression 13 is expected to become a hurricane late on Tuesday or early Wednesday.
Another storm, Hurricane Jerry, has now downgraded to Tropical Storm status, with sustained maximum wind speeds of 65 mph.
Waves near the Bermuda coast are beginning to increase and are expected to continue in the coming days.
These waves are expected to affect parts of the northern islands of Leeward and Puerto Rico for an additional day or more, with warnings issued for "current surf and life-threatening conditions".
Currently, tropical storm Karen has sustained maximum wind speeds of 40 mph.
Karen is expected to pass near or over Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands – with tropical storm watches and alerts currently in place.
Along with hazards such as tropical storm conditions and increased rainfall, the NHC also warns of possible sudden floods and landslides, especially in mountainous areas.
In the eastern North Pacific Ocean, tropical storm Kiko and tropical Depression Mario are currently churning.
Tropical storm Kiko is moving west-southwest over the open Pacific, and currently has sustained maximum wind speeds of 40 km / h.
Kiko is expected to strengthen today, but should begin to weaken on Tuesday.
Tropical Depression Mario is expected to become a low remnant today, and currently has sustained maximum wind speeds of 30 mph.
In the Pacific Northwest, tropical storm Tapah is currently in its final opinion, with the latest wind speeds of 63 mph.
Currently, tropical cyclone Hikaa has sustained maximum wind speeds of 75 km / h and is currently heading towards the Oman coast.
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