MIDWAY, Fla. (WTXL) -- The low-pressure disturbance that drenched central Florida has slid up the Atlantic coast late Tuesday. The center of circulation was located near Wilmington, N. C. , and lifting to the northeast.
Only modest chances for further organization of this system are possible. In all likelihood, the low will be carried swiftly to the northeast, into the far North Atlantic, while merged with a broader frontal boundary. The system will basically lose all chances to become an independent tropical system by that time.
There aren't any other spots of concern elsewhere in the Atlantic tropical waters.