Hurricane Bill was centered about 1,100 miles east of the Lesser Antilles on Monday morning and was moving West-Northwest at a speed of about 22 mph. Experts predicted that the Hurricane Bill is likely to make landfall.
The Hurricane Bill, with sustained winds of 75mph, has formed in the Atlantic and is expected to strengthen into a major hurricane by Wednesday, experts said.
It is expected to strengthen into a major hurricane over the next 48 hours, according to a specialist with the National Hurricane Center in Florida.
The first land to be threatened could be the Virgin Islands. Bermuda is likely to get hit by Hurricane Bill by the end of the week.
The biggest damage to the shores may come from high tides created by the remains of Hurricane Bill.
It is hard to predict the exact time that when this storm will stop.