>The above image is from the National Hurricane Center.

Atlantic: Tropical Storm Shary has formed. It will be curling around, narrowly missing Bermuda, then be thrown out towards Europe where it will become post-tropical, also known as not a tropical system anymore.

Also in the Atlantic, a system riding the Northern area of the South American coast has a high likelihood to form over the next couple of days. It looks like it may be a big player, and, if all goes right for the storm, the Gulf could be in for its first hurricane/tropical system to make a hard landfall.
Pacific: None
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