New Growing Storm A Concern For National Hurricane Center

September 4, 2005 12:03 p.m. EST

Douglas Maher - All Headline News Staff Reporter

Miami, Florida (AHN) - The National Hurricane Center in Miami is showing concern for an area of strong convection over the western Atlantic Ocean Sunday morning, as the cluster of storms are becoming better organized.

The cluster is nearly in the same location where Hurricane Katrina started her flare up nearly two weeks ago, just west of the Bahamas.

Computer models suggest that slow tropical cyclone development is possible with the upper high building over the region, though they do not agree on exactly where it will occur along the surface.

A possible re-con mission might be scheduled for Monday to investigate.