From the Washington Post:
A tropical system may affect Florida, Alabama and other portions of the Gulf Coast between late this week and early next week, bringing a chance of heavy rainfall and gusty winds. It’s one of three tropical waves forecasters are tracking and has the best chance of developing.
Possible storm brewing for Gulf of Mexico
A clump of shower and thunderstorm activity continues flaring up over the southeastern Bahamas, north of Haiti. It will shuffle northward the next few days, brushing past areas hard-hit by Dorian on Friday. It could douse Grand Bahama and Abaco islands with one to three inches of rain.
From there, the disturbance visits Florida late this week into early Saturday, crossing the peninsula and dropping up to several inches of rain, before potentially reemerging into the gulf.