The National Hurricane Center said Monday it is unlikely the remnants of Issac redevelop as an area of showers and storms move across the Caribbean Sea.
Still, the disorganized area of showers and thunderstorms could bring heavy rains to parts of Hispaniola, Jamaica and eastern Cuba over the next few days.
Meanwhile, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper says the danger following now Tropical Depression Florence is still immediate.
NBC News Radio reports:
Emergency management experts warn that flooding will continue for the next few days as rivers crest and spill into neighborhoods.
Florence has officially claimed the lives of at least 20 people. The body of a one-year-old was recovered Monday and that tally is expected to rise. Cooper is urging residents not to drive in affected areas as more than 1,200 roads have been closed.
Further out in the Atlantic, Tropical Depression Joyce continues to swirl about 285 miles south-southwest of the Azores. Joyce is not a threat to land and forecasters expect it will become a remnant low tonight or Tuesday.
The 2018 Atlantic Hurricane Season continues through November 30th.