92L reactivated and newly formed 93L
First, i'll focus on the reactivated 92L. 92L is going head-first into dry air at the moment, but it didn't stop the NHC from bumping it up to 30%. Currently southwest of the Cape Verde Islands, it's heading in the general direction of the Leeward Islands. I do expect this one to turn away from the islands, but as for where it will end up, it's a bit too early to tell. Forecast models have moved this south and west, but I expect this to ride up the east coast.
The next wave is 93L, directly behind 92L. 93L just exited off of Africa at around 8 degrees North. Currently, I'm more concerned with 93L. It exited Africa at a lower latitude than 92L, and it looks like it won't be affected by any trough that comes off North America. Models show 93L moving towards the Northeast Caribbean. I'll agree with this, and as for the future, it could get scary. 92L will moisten the environment for 93L, and with no dry air and low wind shear, 93L has a good chance of becoming a classic Cape Verde-style hurricane. Since this exited the African coast at a low latitude, 93L could track towards the Northeast Caribbean, the Bahamas, and the Southeast coast anywhere from Florida to the Carolina. Right now, it's a good thing this is 4,000 miles out and we have plenty of time to watch this and 92L.