"Nadine" Still in E.Atlantic... Hurricane "Mirium" in E. Pacific....
A weak "Nadine" is in the far E. Atlantic. The system seems to be involved with a nearby upper level trough which could limit strength initially. "Nadine" is expected to move wet or even a little south of west & eventually conditions should become more conducive for strengthening. It still looks like the storm stays far out in the Atlantic but could end up in the Northwest Atlantic in a week or so still far to the east of the U.S..
The Atlantic is otherwise quiet but an area to watch will be the Gulf of Mexico, Caribbean &/or SW Atlantic as an old frontal boundary/surface trough will set up shot in this region for an extended period occasionally reinforced by passing upper level troughs of low pressure. Surface pressures will be quite high across the Northern U.S. & NW Atlantic, so the atmosphere should respond by developing low pressure to the south. Nothing concrete to hang one's hat on at the moment but something to watch in this type of pattern + such an occurrence is not unusual later in the season. As of right now...forecast models show no surface development but satellite imagery shows an unsettled Caribbean at times.Still a few mostly weak tropical waves
moving off the coast of Africa from time to time, but the clock is ticking on Cape Verde development, & the waves are showing little organization or stamina as they move west or W/NW.
Hurricane "Miriam" has developed in the far E. Pacific & could affect the Baja Peninsula by the weekend.