There are three storms still out in the Atlantic: Jose, Maria and Lee.
Lee is spinning about 655 miles west-southwest of Cape Verde off northwest Africa and packing maximum sustained winds of 40 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center.
"Jose could produce other direct impacts next week along portions of the east coast of the United States from North Carolina northward to New England", according to the National Hurricane Center.
Masters said the storm's path could be influenced by Hurricane Jose, now hundreds of miles east of Florida and moving toward the coast of New England. Martinique, Antigua and Barbuda, Saba and St. Eustatius, and St. Lucia are under a tropical storm warning, which means tropical storm conditions are expected within 36 hours. In addition, tropical-storm-force winds could extend to North Carolina's Outer Banks on Monday, the National Hurricane Center said.
By midweek, the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico could again face fierce winds with Maria expected to become another major hurricane.
Hurricane Jose could impact the northeast US, while Tropical Storm Maria will move through the Caribbean and will have to be watched over time. Little change in strength is forecast through Monday, and Lee is expected to weaken to a depression on Tuesday.
The Sunday evening update on Hurricane Jose showed the storm was located about 315 miles off North Carolina's coast.
Maximum sustained winds are near 90 miles per hour with higher gusts.
Hurricane Jose is still out in the Atlantic.
But the system could still affect the tristate area as it lumbers north - with parts of NY well within the storm's possible path.
The swells can create life-threatening surf and rip current conditions.
Lee, located almost 1,300 km west-southwest of the Cabo Verde Islands, is projected to weaken to a tropical depression by Tuesday as it poses no threat to land.