Hurricane Gonzalo continues to intensify in the Atlantic, and is still forecast to track very close to Bermuda as a category three hurricane:
If this forecast holds up, it could cause as much damage as Fabian in 2003.
In the Pacific, Hawai’i is in the forecast track for Tropical Storm Ana. Ana should become a hurricane today, and on the current forecast from the Central Pacific Hurricane Center (run through my Taru model) it looks like this:
This track could easily cause several hundred million in damage.