An area of low pressure near Jacksonville is unlikely to develop after chances dropped to 30% on Monday morning.
The National Hurricane Center has been monitoring the system, which had a 50% chance of developing over the weekend.
Meteorologist Greg Dee says the system will move on-shore along Georgia's coast later on Monday and will bring showers along the I-95 corridor.
TROPICS | Atlantic is quiet. Low pressure near Jacksonville unlikely to develop as it moves on-shore along the Georgia coast later today bringing showers to the I-95 corridor. #flwx pic.twitter.com/TC4XRnPcRD— Greg Dee (@GregDeeWeather) July 26, 2021
Currently, the NHC is not monitoring any other systems in the Atlantic.