The remnant low-pressure system of the former Tropical Storm Dorian has been heavily impacted by strong upper-level winds over the Bahamas. These winds have further disrupted the structure of the system and reduced the chances of it regaining any significant amount of strength. Nonetheless, its leftover moisture could be a driving factor into the increasing rain chances for the latter half of the week over Florida. Most forecast indication, however, show the majority of the moisture staying in the western Atlantic.
There are no other areas of immediate concern elsewhere in the tropical Atlantic basin over the next day or two.