Although Tropical Storm Edouard is no longer a tropical storm and wasn't all that strong, it did break a record.
Edouard marked the earliest fifth named storm on record in the North Atlantic Ocean, exceeding the record of Hurricane Emily which became a tropical storm on July 11, 2005.
A large burst of convection allowed the system to tighten its circulation and permitted the National Hurricane Center to upgrade the system to Tropical Storm Edouard at 3:00 UTC on July 6.
Other named storms this year were Arthur, Bertha, Cristobal, and Dolly. The next named storm will be Fay.