Hurricane Teddy is expected to pass East of Bermuda this afternoon and move Northward through Tuesday and then Northeastward on Wednesday.
Large and dangerous swells and hazardous surf conditions associated with Teddy will impact the North and East Coast of the easterly islands in the Bahama Island in The Bahama Island chain through Thursday afternoon.
Motorist and pedestrians should exercise extreme caution along North and East Coastal roads for occasional flooding, debris and sea spray overrunning sea walls which can reduce motorist visibility.
Small craft operators are strongly asked to remain in port and beachgoers to refrain from entering the water due to extreme dangerous rip currents and rough surf.
These swells are expected to reach their peek 10-20 feet between 2pm Wednesday 23rd and 2 a.m Thursday 24th September and subsiding on Friday.