Ding-dong, Dorian is dead! Again! For the last time! Really! (Probably!)

12 hours after being resurrected, "Dorian the White" has departed from the Grey Havens, as it were, bound for the Uttermost West East.

That's right, Dorian has been (as expected) sheared apart -- again. Thus, the Storm That Wouldn't Stay Dead has been downgraded once again to a remnant low:

THE DEPRESSION HAS BEEN DEVOID OF DEEP CONVECTION FOR MOST OF THE

DAY...AND IT IS DIFFICULT TO ASCERTAIN IF A CLOSED CIRCULATION STILL EXISTS. ON THIS BASIS...THE DEPRESSION IS NOW CONSIDERED A REMNANT LOW.

So it's over. He's dead. We're finished with Dorian at last.

Right?

THE LOW COULD STILL DEVELOP INTERMITTENT CONVECTION BEFORE DISSIPATION IN A DAY OR SO.

#DOOOOOOOOM!!!

:)

I kid. Actually, I believe the very last line in the discussion means the National Hurricane Center is announcing that they're washing their hands of ex-Dorian no matter what.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ON THIS SYSTEM CAN BE FOUND IN HIGH SEAS FORECASTS ISSUED BY THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE...UNDER AWIPS HEADER NFDHSFAT1 AND WMO HEADER FZNT01 KWBC.

In other words, "if any more discussion of this stupid cloud-swirl is required, some other sub-agency can handle it. We're outta here."

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