Tropical Storm Fenand has developed in the western Gulf of Mexico. No worries, though, as she is headed into Mexico. She should be hitting there on Wednesday night as a tropical storm.
Now, within the local scope of weatherTAP’s RadarLab, we have three systems showing up. We have Fernand, Dorian, and that area of disturbed weather to the east of Dorian that could become the next tropical storm.
Dorian remains a cat 2 hurricane, with winds of 110 mph and higher gusts.
The two disturbances coming off the coast of Africa now have high chances for development and they will have to be watched closely.
We are starting to see images from the Abaco Islands, where Dorian first made landfall. I have a bad feeling this is nothing compared to Grand Bahama Island.