In a post yesterday, I remarked that thunderstorm activity in association with part of the remnants of Isaac in the northern Gulf of Mexico continued to remain well away from the center of circulation. That trend has continued since then, and continues to hamper the development of the system overall.
The system will be overtaken by a cold front on Saturday and pushed East, bringing an increased threat of rain to portions of an already drenched northern Florida. Other than that - and some rough surf along the northcentral and northeast Gulf Coast today and Saturday, I expect the affects of this system to be minimal.
With the above in mind, I think the name "Nadine" will be reserved for the next system, which has yet to form somewhere in the Atlantic.
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