This system is crawling to the northwest at about 5kts, and conditions are favorable for slow additional development. The SST is 29C, and although the vertical shear is relatively strong now (~20kts), it should decrease to under 10kts by tomorrow. You'll be able to track it via the Miami radar:
Models have not been run on this yet, and there is not an official forecast from NHC yet, but certainly expect increased chances of very heavy rain in southern Florida and western Bahamas this weekend.
So, as the calendar rolled into August, nature repsonded with a fairly active map (including TS Ernesto in the eastern Caribbean and soon-to-be TD6 in the far eastern Atlantic):
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