We will probably see the first tropical storm of the 2009 Atlantic Hurricane Season during the next 24 hours as an area of disturbed weather churns several thousand miles out in the open Atlantic.
We are approaching the busy time for tropical activity, typically from late August through much of September.
Two other area of disturbed weather are located closer to the islands but if we see any development it should be slow according to forecasters at the National Hurricane Center.
There are two new systems to watch in the eastern Pacific. Both are organizing and one may be named sometime today.
The good news is they will not threaten land.
And former major hurricane Felicia is crossing the Hawaiian islands today as a tropical depression.
It is a windy and rainy day across much of the island chain and it will remain unsettled for the next 36 hours or so.