No areas of concern in the Atlantic Basin...An upper level low is over the Central Atlantic moving west several hundred miles northeast of Puerto Rico. Any development with such a system would be slow at "best" & there are no indications of any related surface development
Much more active in the E. Pacific.... "Daniel" is quickly falling apart & will soon become post-tropical in the Central Pacific.
"Emilia" is much stronger several hundred miles to the east of "Daniel" but is no threat to any land areas with weakening setting in by at least late week....
Yet a third area of low pressure in the far E. Pacific about 400 miles east of "Emilia" is likely to develop as it moves west away from any land areas.