The tropics in the Pacific side continues to be active with a new tropical storm that has formed. The remnants of Guillermo are passing north of the Hawaiian Island chain and there is really not much left to it other than a low cloud swirl. Tropical Storm Hilda has formed and it looks to take a west northwest course and come close to Hawaii early next week so it will probably be another near miss for them. Considering how many systems form in the Pacific, Hawaii is in one of those spots where they either pass north of the islands and fall apart or they pass south of the islands and fall apart. Hurricane hits for them have happened but they are rare.
Here is a close up shot of Hilda and it looks very impressive on the satellite pic this morning. It is likely to become a hurricane before too long.
Meanwhile on the Atlantic it is unusually quiet to the point where there are hardly any clouds anywhere in the tropics and the few disturbances out there are either very week or they are filled with Saharan dust that keeps moving off the African coast. No sign of anything waking up here anytime soon.