This 10% in the GOM is the one to watch for most of us on the third coast of the US. The close proximity to land is going to stifle most of the developmental potential. The steering winds have it drifting through the GOM coastal areas bringing tons of rain and cooler temperatures. There's an outside chance of making it to a named storm before the 70% red in the Atlantic does. That one out in the Atlantic is just going to make some fish dizzy and screw with the shipping lanes. Other than that, the East Coast has nothing to worry about from it. The one in the GOM is just something worth watching.