The image above is at Hour 144, roughly 6 days away. This is Tropical Storm Leslie, which is currently to the east of the Virgin Islands. Leslie is indeed forecast to become a hurricane, but this forecast, should it verify, would bring a Category 4 hurricane to the region.
A category 4 hurricane is defined as a hurricane with central pressure between 920 and 944 millibars. I would prefer not to say the wind speeds, as I believe the Saffir-Simpson scale should not include the wind scale after what we saw with Isaac. However, for those wanting to know, a Category 4 hurricane has 130-156 MPH winds.
This remains a far ways out, but is certainly something to watch. A hurricane of this magnitude could greatly devastate Bermuda with high surf and flooding rains.