It is unlikely the U.S. will see any more tropical cyclones this season in both the Atlantic and Central Pacific Hurricane Basins. The season officially ends in both basins on November 30. However, storms can sometimes do form during the off-season months, although none are on the horizon through December 1.
According to the National Hurricane Center, a non-tropical area of low pressure located in the central subtropical Atlantic is producing winds up to gale-force while associated with disorganized shower and thunderstorm activity. The NHC says this system could become a subtropical or tropical storm over the next few days as it gradually loses its frontal characteristics while it moves northeastward. By early next week, its chances of subtropical or tropical development should end as the system moves over cooler waters. For now, there’s a 30% chance of formation over the next 48 hours and 40% chance of formation over the next 7 days. Either way, the system will not impact the United States.
In the Pacific, there is a tropical depression gaining strength well east of Hawaii. However, it is forecast to move north as it becomes a tropical storm and eventually weaken, not impacting Hawaii while it is a tropical cyclone.
In both basins, the National Hurricane Center expects no other storms to form through November 30 which is the last day of hurricane season.