There is a nearly stationary area of low pressure that is producing a lot of convection. Located midway between SE Florida and Andros Island in the NW Bahamas, the remnants of Dorian is beginning to show signs of coming together, once again. After satellite and radar analysis of this area of interest, some organization is apparent. Some development is possible and we could see a little regeneration before upper level winds create an environment that is not suitable for development. Later this weekend, conditions may become unfavorable for development . Nevertheless, the remnants of Dorian are expected to slowly move toward the NW & North. As the system begins to track up the Eastern Seaboard, affected areas can expect to begin seeing cloudiness, showers and gusty winds as soon as today and Saturday. However, during the weekend these remnants are expected to blend in with and be taken over by a cold front that is moving off of the Atlantic Coastline, later today.
All together, this system has a MEDIUM chance (40%) of becoming a Tropical Cyclone during the next 48 hours and a continued MEDIUM chance (40%) of becoming a Tropical Cyclone during the next 5 days.
Elsewhere in the Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean, NO tropical development is expected during the next 48 hours.
For a continued look into the tropics, follow the link below to the First Alert Hurricane Center.