Lisa has gained hurricane strength once again, far out in the eastern Atlantic, and fairly far north. Which came somewhat as a surprise. Still moving away from the US and Canada, so no threat to us.
Other than the western Caribbean it is with much great pleasure to say there isn't much going on in the Tropical Atlantic as far as new storm formation. The western Caribbean has never looked all that great to me watching it during the week, so I think the chances of that developing are fairly low.
The break is defnitely needed, but vigilance in the Atlantic will continue.
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