Update on the active tropics:
The National Hurricane Center is monitoring 4 separate tropical waves (see 1st image). The 2nd image shows the Euro ensembles for the next 15 days. While there is a lot of action, there is no imminent threat to the United States. Here is some more information on each of the systems:
Invest 92L: This is the western-most red "X" in the image below, and it's likely to be classified as a Tropical Depression tonight or tomorrow. While it will likely become Tropical Storm Paulette, it's expected to turn northward towards the middle of the Atlantic.
Invest 93L: This is the system that just emerged off the coast of Africa, and it's already being given a 90% chance of tropical development within the next 5 days. This will probably become a Tropical Depression late tomorrow or on Tuesday. If Invest 92L becomes Paulette, this would likely be named Rene once it strengthens into a tropical storm.
Caribbean: The tropical wave south of Hispaniola is only being given a 10% chance of tropical development.
Bermuda: The system just to the southeast of Bermuda is now being given a 30% chance of tropical development within the next 5 days as it heads in the general direction of the North Carolina coast. The Euro ensembles are not very bullish on this system at all, so it's nothing to worry about right now.