The National Hurricane Center continued to watch an area of low pressure off the coast of North Carolina for possible subtropical development later this week. Here is the NHC's Tuesday morning tropical weather outlook.
A deepening, non-tropical low pressure system with storm-force winds is located about 400 miles east-northeast of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. This low is forecast to move north-northeastward today, and there is a brief chance of it acquiring some limited subtropical characteristics before it merges with another frontal system. The extratropical low is then expected to meander off the mid-Atlantic and northeast U.S. coasts tonight and Wednesday, bringing rain and wind impacts to portions of those areas. After that time, the low is expected to move eastward away from the U.S. coast, and could again acquire some subtropical characteristics while it moves eastward or southeastward over the warmer waters of the central Atlantic.
There is one remaining name on the 2021 list, Wanda. The season ends on November 30.