Since my browser wont allow me to post pictures, I'll give you my 2 cents in words.
Ernesto made landfall in Mexico today about as far south as you can go in the BOC. Ernesto previously made landfall on the Yucatan just north of Belize a few days ago as an 85 mph Cat. 1 hurricane. However, Ernesto was likely a Cat. 2 or at least 90 mph at landfall.
Ernesto is currently degenerating inland but could redevelop in the Eastern Pacific.
The remanants of Florence are located north of Puerto Rico this afternoon and could possibly redevelop into a TD or TS again as it moves through less wind shear and a better environment. If she redevelops she would most likely not be a strong system. Florence still has to gain a better defined low level center of circulation. However she is still spinning. I believe she has a 20% chance of redeveloping over the next 2 days or so but any organization at all should be slow.
A Tropical Depression formed at 13.7N and 43.8W this afternoon out of Invest 92L. 92L has been moving west across the atlantic and will continue to do so as it strengthens gradually into the Carribbean. TD7 could go west below PR, Hispanola, and Cuba or slightly WNW over or north of the islands. Time will tell. But if TD 7(or TS Gordon) reaches the Western Carribbean, it could very well become Hurricane Gordon. However if it hits all the Islands dead on, the mountains os Hispanola could kill it. Ex-Flo could pave the way for TD7 if it moves north of the Islands
A strong Tropical Wave is exiting Africa with strong rotation and a modest amount of convection. This storm could develop very soon but it does have some dry air along the way. The GFS forecasts though, that the storm could be very strong and recurve off the East Coast. And after Ernesto, Ive learned to never underestimate the power of the GFS.