It's a busy start for National Hurricane Center forecasters as the first full week of July begins.
The NHC is watching Tropical Storm Edouard spin out in the northern Atlantic Ocean over 400 miles off the Newfoundland coast. The storm, with maximum winds of 45 miles per hour, is moving quickly northeast and is expected to become post-tropical sometime on Monday. It is not a threat to land.
Closer to Louisiana, a small low pressure system moving inland along the Florida panhandle is expected to become a larger low that will move off the coast of the Carolinas, where there is a medium chance of further development while over water.
Finally, a tropical wave several hundred miles east of the Windward Islands could see slight development Monday before hitting unfavorable conditions on Tuesday. Still, the NHC warns the wave could bring locally heavy rainfall and gusty winds to parts of the Lesser Antilles on Tuesday.