What once was Tropical Storm Dorian may once again become Tropical Storm Dorian. The remnant thunderstorms of the former tropical system may be getting their act together again as a sequel.

This time the system is much closer to land and according to the latest computer models it could become an issue for the Gulf of Mexico. Current satellite information and National Hurricane Center reconnaissance planes do not indicate a closed area of circulation around the disturbed weather. However there are indications that a circulation could  once again be forming.

The current forecast from the Hurricane Center suggests there is about a 50% chance of the remnants of Dorian strengthening again to tropical cyclone status. Should any additional development occur the system would not likely any significant land mass until late this week. We will continue to monitor the tropics for any  changes and updates.