In the Atlantic:
Tropical Storm Lorenzo has died in the Middle Atlantic, done in by high wind shear. None of the reliable computer models for tropical cyclone genesis are predicting any new storms developing in the coming five days.
In the Western Pacific
Tropical storm Francisco is located approximately 659 nm southwest of Ykosuka, Japan.
Typhoon Francisco has weakened to a tropical storm, and is bringing heavy rains to Japan as it stays offshore and heads northeast, parallel to the coast.
Typhoon Lekima is located approximately 194 nm east-southeast of Iwo To, Japan.
Super Typhoon Lekima, which stayed at Category 5 status for a day and a half, has now weakened to a Category 4 storm with 150 mph winds.
In the Eastern Pacific:
Tropical storm Raymond is located about 335 mi (535 km) SSW of Manzanillo, Mexico.
Tropical Storm Raymond continues to move away from the coast of Mexico, and will no longer bring heavy rains to the country.