Travel alerts have been issued for the US east coast and Bermuda due to gathering Hurricane Humberto.

The US National Hurricane Centre forecast sustained winds of up to 90mph as Humberto moves up the Atlantic coast.

Cruise lines are monitoring the path of the latest Atlantic hurricane, with Carnival Cruise Line and Royal Caribbean International adjusting some itineraries.


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The Foreign and Commonwealth Office warned that Humberto is forecast to pass 100 miles north of Bermuda by late on Wednesday local time as a category 2 hurricane.

“People intending to travel on those days should check with their travel company, exercise due caution and monitor local news and weather reports,” the FCO said in an updated travel advisory.

Humberto is not forecast to be as strong as Hurricane Dorian which left a trail of deadly devastation across parts of the Bahamas earlier this month.

But it is expected to bring large swells and high rip currents to the south-eastern US coast for several days this week.

The FCO added: “If you are in these areas you should monitor the progress of any approaching storms on the National Hurricane Center website and follow any instructions issued by the local authorities.”