It's a busy week in U.S. weather.
A tropical depression is heading for the East Coast Tuesday. Another is aiming at the Gulf Coast. And two days later, Hawaii might get hit by what is now a Category 3 hurricane.
If either of the depressions become tropical storms, they will be named Hermine and Ian.
Tropical Depression 8 has triggered a tropical storm warning for the Outer Banks.
We can't rule out that this won't become a hurricane.
Tropical Depression 9
There are no warnings or advisories just yet for this storm, but experts say it could bring heavy rain and floods throughout central Florida. In a worst-case scenario, it could become a hurricane, slamming Alabama and the Florida Panhandle.
This storm is still a ways off, but it could hit Hawaii's "Big Island" by Thursday, according to the Central Pacific Hurricane Center. The island is under a hurricane watch, as Madeline packs winds of 115 mph.
Hurricane Lester, currently forecast by Weather Underground to become a Category 3 hurricane, is far out at sea but could affect Hawaii this weekend.
Here's another look at the storm.