Disturbance becoming organized off Georgia coast
Elsewhere in the Atlantic Basin, the area of low pressure centered east of the Georgia coast continues to slowly become better organized.
Advisories have been initiated with this disturbance as Potential Tropical Cyclone 10, and it is likely that this system will become a tropical depression or tropical storm at some point during Monday. Should it develop into a tropical storm it will be named Irma.
Heavy rain and gusty winds can be expected with this feature across mainly eastern North Carolina and the Outer Banks.
This system will be carried out to sea by a storm system diving into the Northeast by midweek.
Some of the effects for Southern New England might be a high surf, rip currents and strong breezes Tuesday night into Wednesday.