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Lots of tropical waves, not much impact on Southeast

Tonight’s 5-day tropical outlook shows several areas of potential tropical activity. There are two weak areas of low pressure in the western Atlantic which have a small chance of developing. Both of them are probably only going to bring some rain to parts of the Southeast rather than other impacts, but should still be watched. In the eastern Atlantic we have storms Paulette and Rene and two new waves coming off of Africa which are likely to become Sally and Teddy. Neither Paulette nor Rene is expected to get to the US, and of course it is far too early to say about any other storms, but I don’t expect to see much of anything here other than some rain for the next week.