There are plenty of possible options in the Atlantic Basin, but none are in prime regions for development. Shear, dry air, proximity to land, and Saharan dust are the main limiting factors of the tropical waves. It looks like by the end of the week, though, we will be watching the eastern Atlantic. The good news is that the next storm will likely form some 3,000 miles away! Meaning it would take weeks to even come close to the U.S., if ever.