A trio of tropical storms can be seen on this satellite image below. Former Hurricane Danielle (at top) has simply become a low pressure system now.
From NOAA: GOES-13 Catches 3 Tropical Cyclones Thrashing Through the Atlantic
Powerful Hurricane Earl, growing Tropical Storm Fiona and fading Danielle were all captured in today’s visible image from the GOES-13 satellite. The Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite called GOES-13 captured an image of the busy Atlantic Ocean at 1145 UTC (7:45 a.m. EDT) on August 31. In the visible image, was the large and powerful Hurricane Earl passing Puerto Rico, Tropical Storm Fiona located to Earl’s east, and Danielle far in the Northern Atlantic. Hurricane Earl’s eye appear to be covered with high-clouds in the GOES-13 image, while Fiona appeared somewhat disorganized with no apparent center. Farther north in the North Atlantic Ocean, Danielle appeared more “U” shaped on the satellite imagery, although her maximum sustained winds were still near 70 mph at that time.
GOES satellites are operated by NOAA, and the NASA GOES Project at NASA’s Goddard Space Flight Center in Greenbelt, Md. provides images and animations of satellite data.