Leslie is only moving west at about 3 miles per hour and isn't expected to move very far in the next two days, forecasters say.
Tropical Depression 11 bit the dust late Sunday morning after running into high wind shear.
As for Tropical Depression Kirk, the hurricane center said it could weaken further as it progresses across the Atlantic.
"An even faster westward motion across the deep tropical Atlantic Ocean is expected through Tuesday", the public advisory says.
And a disturbance - a broad area of low pressure - sandwiched between Bermuda and the Bahamas may make a go at soaking the already water-logged North Carolina by mid-week.
Tropical Depression 11 formed overnight about 500 miles east of the Windward Islands and as of 8 a.m. Saturday, it was moving due west at about 5 mph. Unfavorable upper-level winds and dry air are expected to limit development tonight and Sunday, but conditions could become more conducive for some development of this system on Monday or Tuesday while it moves westward over the southwestern Atlantic Ocean.
"A reduction in speed is likely after 48 hours once Kirk moves south of a large central Atlantic trough, but it should still be moving along at a pretty good clip".
The NHC says it's expected to dissipate within two days and is no longer issuing updates on the system. Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward from the center up to 35 miles to the northwest.
Rain chances will be 40 to 50 percent all week.
Two weather systems are now swirling in the Atlantic Ocean, with the Bermuda Weather Service saying both the systems - Tropical Depression Eleven and Tropical Storm Kirk - are "not a threat to Bermuda at this time".
Leslie is about 1,245 miles (2,005 km) west of the Azores, moving southwest at about 5 mph (7 kph).