The tropical wave has moved into
the Eastern Gulf & near Florida & -- as expected -- has not managed to strengthen. Moisture associated with the wave will enhance showers & storms through midweek.
Otherwise...the atmosphere is very dry & stable over the Eastern Atlantic as evidenced by the considerable cumulostratus field visible on satellite imagery west of Africa. No tropical development is likely anytime soon within the Atlantic Basin.
Much more active in the E. Pacific.... "Daniel" is moving west over open water & is no threat to any land areas as it weakens. Though southeast of Hawaii by late week, the cyclone will likely become post tropical & is of no significant threat to the islands.
"Emilia" has formed several hundred miles to the east of "Daniel" becoming a large & powerful hurricane. The storm will take a similar though slightly farther north track compared to its predecessor, "Daniel". No threat to any land areas with weakening setting in by at least late week.
Keep in mind that the Pacific list of names is different than the Atlantic list (5th name in the Atlantic Basin will be "Ernesto").