Invest 93L has been organizing steadily since last blog post. It has a fairly strong chance and becoming a TD/TS in the next couple of days, with favorable conditions. Won't be surprised if this nears hurricane strength, let's just go along with the trends. Models keep this out at sea for the next several days but Azores Islands could see some impacts (such as gusty winds and a lot of rainfall, regardless of development) according to long-term model consensus, so it still bears some watching. The NHC gives this a strong 50% chance of TC formation by Thursday evening.
Tropical Storm Hector has winds around 40 MPH and does not appear to pose a threat to any land masses as it may be torn apart completely by cooler SSTs in the next few days. Whatever impacts come to the Southwest US (if any) will be as an extratropical system and nothing more. According to models and forecast tracks, this should not threaten land as a (sub)tropical cyclone.
Tropical Depression Seven's remnants are no longer expected to redevelop before it comes into the Central America coastline in the next 12 to 24 hours. Still, a significant amount of rainfall (locally heavy at times) and increased winds may affect Central America in the next 24 hours.