Tropical Depression Four was holding on Friday in the Atlantic, but the storm is not a threat to land at this time and is not expected to make it through the day.
The storm's maximum winds remained around 30 miles per hour and it moves rapidly to the west-northwest, entering an area of low-moisture. That, combined with its rapid pace, is expected to quickly weaken the storm into a remant low.
Those remnants are expected to continue to move quickly in the west-northwest and remain no threat to land.
Elsewhere, the tropics remain quiet.