There's good news: As of Monday morning, once-powerful Hurricane Danny has been downgraded to a tropical depression as it continues to move across the southern Leeward Islands and into the northeastern Caribbean Sea.
The National Hurricane Center reports the storm's maximum winds are down to about 35 miles per hour, and Danny is expected to be weaken into a remnant area of low pressure later Monday.
Now, the not-so-good news: Two areas of disturbed weather off Africa's coast could develop further as they move west toward the Lesser Antilles.
One area, more than 1,000 miles west of the Lesser Antilles, could become a tropical depression by the end of Monday.
The other tropical wave only has about a 10 percent chance of tropical formation, the NHC said, because of less-than-ideal environmental conditions.