No storm is currently projected to reach the land, but the NHC monitors them as they move and develop.
Tropical Storm Gabriel
Tropical Storm Gabriel is currently in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean.
At 990 miles from the nearest land (Azores, mid-Atlantic archipelago), current forecasts from the National Hurricane Center point it west to the United States before making a northeast turn and get out.
But so far, says the NHC, it is fighting for the open Central Atlantic. But it is expected to gather strength and become a hurricane on Sunday.
Clocks or warnings have not yet been extended, but Gabriel's wind speed was 50 mph Saturday morning and is expected to reach hurricane levels by Sunday as it moves in the direction of the US, according to the NHC.
Tropical Storm Juliet
On the Pacific side of the continent is the tropical Storm Juliet.
Juliet is located about 1090 miles from the southern tip of Baja California, NHC reported.
No warnings or watches were issued for Juliet. The storm has maximum sustained winds of 45 mph, but is expected to decrease steadily. "Juliette is expected to become a post-tropical residue on Saturday," the NHC said.