The remnants of Dorian continue to fade in the Atlantic. Very strong upper-level winds have split the wave in half, separating the former mid-level center from the area of lower surface pressures. The result: a weakening tropical wave with little chance for redevelopment. The NHC forecast calls for a 20% chance of tropical cyclone formation, but those chances look to continue to decline over the next day or so.
Elsewhere, a new invest has developed in the East Pacific. This system should continue to develop and be the next tropical storm in that basin as it moves westward over the next few days.
The Atlantic looks quiet – and should stay that way through the week.