Epsilon could threaten Bermuda, as it makes its closest pass on Friday into Saturday. The storm is currently 735 miles south of the island.
The storm is currently stationary and little overall movement is expected through Monday evening, according to the center.
The center’s forecasters say the storm should begin a slow, west-northwestward to northwestward movement on Tuesday, and this motion should continue through midweek.
The storm formed in the Atlantic Ocean southeast of Bermuda earlier on Monday, according to the center.
The 2020 season ends on November 30. With 26 named storms (the average for an entire season is 12), the 2020 season could easily surpass 2005.