While the Atlantic storm, currently named Tropical Depression 8, is expected to miss the region, the system in the Gulf, referred to as Tropical Depression 9, might bring some rain.
Two storms churning on each side of Florida have little chance to make a direct impact on the region, according to the National Weather Service.
A storm brewing about 285 miles off the state's Atlantic Coast is now forecast to miss the state and should have no impact on the region. Meanwhile, another storm forming in the Gulf of Mexico is forecast to cross northern Florida.
Both are forecast to become named storms overnight tonight, said meteorologist Mark Bacon, meaning one could be named Hermine and the other Ian.
The Atlantic storm, currently named Tropical Depression 8, is expected to miss the region.
"The forecast keeps it fairly far offshore," Bacon said. "It's going to be a tough call as to whether we'll see any rain from it."
The system in the Gulf, referred to as Tropical Depression 9, might bring some rain
Bacon said that, if the Gulf storm remains a loosely formed system, portions of it could bring rain to the region on Thursday and Friday.
But if it becomes stronger and continues on a projected path taking it out into the Atlantic, it has a higher chance of missing the region, he said.
"If it does intensify and turn into a tropical storm, it tends to shrink in size," he said. "It kind of congeals."
Just in case, the American Red Cross issued an advisory reminding residents to be prepared for the hurricane season, which ends Nov. 30.
"As we continue to see tropical storms build in the Atlantic, it is important North Carolina coast residents are prepared. With Tropical Depression Eight approaching, and anticipated to reach tropical storm strength, it’s a reminder to take steps now,” Barry Porter, regional CEO of the Red Cross in Eastern North Carolina, said in a statement.
The organization recommended people take several steps, including having three-day supplies of water and non-perishable food on hand, a flashlight, extra batteries and a first-aid kit. A full list of recommended supplies is also available at the National Hurricane Center website.
After the two storms, the upcoming weekend should feature sunny skies, Bacon said.
"Either way, the Labor Day weekend is looking really nice," he said.