It's been over a week since Hurricane Ike made landfall in Texas and it's been relatively quiet in the tropics. However, 93L in the eastern Caribbean may form over the next few days. Convection is higher on the eastern side of the system. It has about a 50/50 shot of developing.. It would likely affect Puerto Rico and Hispaniola (again).
Beyond that a few waves off Africa have an outside chance of developing later. But most of next week will likely be slow as well, with things perhaps gradually getting more active. (But not nearly as active is the past several weeks)
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