TD 6 has formed wayyyyy out in the middle of nowhere. It is expected to grow into a major hurricane by mid-week and will continue to move west-northwest through the open Atlantic.
Here are some graphics from the Hurricane Center. Click to enlarge.
This is the forecast track of the storm. Each dot shows a point at 12 and/or 24 hour intervals. D = Depression, S = Storm, H = Hurricane, M = Major Hurricane. An unfilled dot depicts that they forecast that the storm will no longer be tropical at this point.
The above graphic will show the current estimated wind swath of the storm. The orange circle shows areas where tropical storm winds are possible or occurring. The red area shows where hurricane force winds are possible or occurring. The dotted line shows the path the storm has taken so far. There will be no orange or red, and the image will read "No sustained winds of 39MPH or greater" when the system is a Tropical Depression.
The above graphic shows the forecast maximum winds at each of the forecast plot points on the forecast track map (first graphic above).
Here are some important links to use when any storms threaten your area:
National Hurricane Center (hurricane information)
National Weather Service (weather forecasts and warnings)
Storm Prediction Center (severe weather, ie tornadoes)
American Red Cross