The hurricane season in the Atlantic could be a nasty one.
Experts at the National Hurricane centre based at the U-S weather centre located in Colorado are predicting warmer waters in the Atlantic could lead to 11 to 17 more storms.
The hurricane season goes from June 1st to November 30th but most of the storms form in the late summer or fall.
The average hurricane season has 12 named storms of which six usually become hurricane force.
Five storms has happened so far this year up to August 1st.
PEI and the rest of the Atlantic region usually get the tail end of tropical storms should they move up north along the Atlantic coast.