MIAMI (CBSMiami) — The system that was once Tropical Storm Dorian could again become the focus for the weather forecast in South Florida.

Remnants of the storm are still concerning meteorologists and the National Hurricane Center has given a 30 percent chance of development in the next 48 hours.

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The chances of the remnants becoming a tropical storm, again, are low, however, the conditions are favorable for some further development.  Hurricane hunters will fly over the disturbance Friday morning.

As of Thursday, the remnants have become more concentrated along a trough of low pressure in the central and northwestern Bahamas.

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Friday and Saturday, the disturbance is forecast to move north and northwest resulting in clouds, showers and gusty winds over the Bahamas and southeastern Florida before moving north and northeast away from the area.

The disturbance is expected to remain offshore.

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Chief Meteorologist David Bernard will have the latest on the remnants of Dorian at 5, 5:30 and 6 p.m. on CBS4 News.