On the left, you will see an extratropical storm just waiting to form. If it passes through the gulf stream, it may pose a threat to Maine or New Brunswick (or any other state that borders them). By the look of it now, it's landfalling into Florida. It will pass over the peninsula, I'm sure, even though it stalled 12 hrs over the exact same spot. This storm will probably shatter, but there is a chance that it will transform into a tropical system.
On the right, the so called invest 90 has the biggest chance of turning tropical, and possibly, landfall into Florida.
On the other hand, Waha is using Noaa images on Google earth so that at the end of the year, you can see the entire 2009 hurricane season. This will potentially go on Google Video, getting more people to log on to this website.