While we are past the peak of the Atlantic hurricane season, there is still activity in the basin. Today, two tropical storms, Philippe and Rina, are active in the Atlantic and are located very close to each other. While the path of the two storms may be impacted by how close they are to each other, neither one is expected to approach the Southeast and both of them are expected to remain as tropical storms and not to reach hurricane strength. No other areas of interest are current present in the Atlantic, but we will keep watching since development in the Gulf of Mexico increases in fall.

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