Our blob turned 91L is now TD4 and expected to be TS Claudette in the next few hours. This very fast developing storm is moving fairly quickly over the GOM and doesn't have time to develop further before reaching landfall.
In the meantime, Ana and Bill are moving west (Ana) and WNW (Bill) and will affect the islands later in the week. Bill is worth keeping a close eye on as conditions are favorable for continued strengthening as it approaches the eastern seaboard some time next weekend. Best estimates today are that Bill will get caught up in an upper trough and get pulled back out to sea without making landfall in the US.
The model maps above for Ana and Bill update automatically so I won't re-post them here.
If that wasn't enough to keep watch on, we may have invest 92L soon as another wave is pushing off the African coast.
Here is satellite imagery for some perspective on the locations of all of these storms in relation to each other.