Although what was once Tropical Storm Dorian lost tropical characteristics over the weekend, forecasters with the National Hurricane Center are giving it a chance to re-form in the next couple of days.
As of midnight Monday morning, the National Hurricane Center has given the remnants of Dorian a 50%, or medium, chance of becoming a Tropical Depression or Storm in the next 48 hours.
The Hurricane Center says that there are “currently no indications of a…well-defined center,” but conditions are somewhat conducive to the storm regaining strength once more.
Long-range computer models used in forecasting take the storm—in whatever form it may be by that time—towards the Florida and Gulf Coast region in a few days.
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