The good news, Tropical Storm Jerry weakened overnight and continues to do so as it moves closer to Bermuda.
The NHC said: “The hurricane center is expected to pass near the island on Wednesday — which will make it the second time in a week Bermuda has had to deal with a tropical system.
“Hurricane Humberto passed uncomfortably close to the island last Wednesday.”
As of 10pm Tuesday, Tropical Storm Jerry was located about 235 miles west-southwest of Bermuda and was moving north-northeast at 5 mph, with winds at 45 mph, which is down from 65 mph on Monday.
“It could become a post-tropical storm in the next day or so,” the hurricane center said.
“A tropical storm warning continues for Bermuda, and the center of the storm is forecast to pass just to the north of the island on Wednesday.
“Jerry could bring 1 to 3 inches of rain to Bermuda through Wednesday as well.”