It's time to reassess your Labor Day travel plans.
As Hurricane Madeline approaches Hawaii and Tropical Depression Nine strengthens near Florida, airlines have begun waiving change and cancellation fees for destinations that could be affected.
Meteorologists are watching several storms in both the Atlantic and the Pacific.
The National Hurricane Center had advisories in place Wednesday on three Atlantic storms, the most serious of which is for Tropical Depression Nine. The center cautioned that the system could strengthen into a tropical storm (which would be named Hermine), and has issued alerts of possible hurricane or tropical storm conditions for various parts of Florida and Georgia.
Florida Gov. Rick Scott declared a state of emergency ahead of the storm.
"It is crucial that every Floridian has a plan in place to ensure their families, homes and businesses are fully prepared," he said in a statement.
The other Atlantic storms may have limited impact. Hurricane Gaston is expected to continue moving eastward away from the U.S., and Tropical Depression Eight is moving away from the North Carolina coast.