Update, 11 a.m. Eastern, Tuesday, September 10: What once was Gabrielle must have split up because now the NHC has identified a re-formed Gabrielle just south of Bermuda. They upgraded it from a tropical depression to a tropical storm again last night.
It is much closer to land than Humberto is and Bermuda is going to get it tonight, fortunately only as a tropical storm. Parts of Canada may also experience it in a few days, per the current NHC forecast cone:
It may get up to Canada as a tropical system, but the current GFS shows it kind of pulsing up and down. Time will tell.
Update, 12:08 p.m., Saturday, September 7:
Update, 9:20 p.m. Eastern: Gabrielle is another one-day wonder, apparently. The NHC has downgraded it to a tropical depression and it may be just remnants by tomorrow morning. However, per the current GFS run, it could regenerate in 72 hours, a bit north of the Bahamas, but even if so, it will then head out to sea.
Time will tell.
The NHC identified it last night – in the Caribbean.
I’ve got to get to work, but Storm Carib is a good place to get close to real time information on tropical weather there. More later today.