Tropics are calming down a little with cooler air settling in across the Northern Hemisphere.
In the Atlantic, Philippe has become a remnant low and is wrapped up in and energizing the front creating an impressive nor'easter. The next possible tropical cyclone is beginning to pull together out in the mid-Atlantic (now 94L). NHC has it's odds at 30%. Models haven't been the most consistent so far with this area of disturbed weather. It's challenges are shear, latitude, dueling centers and it will probably be large.
93E and Soala is falling apart. 95W is looking gamely. 96W not as gamely but maintaining it's structure.
Tropical storm winds were recorded across much of Southeast Florida last night as Philippe traversed part of the state. Palm Beach had the highest recorded gust of 75mph which is being attributed to a likely tornado. Highest sustained wind was 62mph at Fowey Rocks. The anemometer is a little higher there than most at 42m. A NWS employee reported damage in Miami to roofs, awnings, fences, power-lines down and small trees snapped. Had 0.42" of rain from Philippe in Melbourne, Florida.