In the wake of our front that crosses the region on Monday through early Wednesday, the potential exists for low pressure to organize on the southern end of this front as it moves out into the Atlantic. Computer modeling waffles about placement, strength, and timing of this low but there's a general consensus that something develops off of the Carolinas, Florida, or Bahamian coastline later this week. These type of low pressure developments are not unusual in the summer and occasionally a tropical storm or two can result from it.
The most aggressive scenario is arguably from the Euro, which paints a low firing up and spinning around the Western Atlantic. Various scenarios have lifted this low up the East Coast, stalled it out off the Carolinas, or send it slowly northeast harmlessly out to sea. Take your pick!