Rina died almost as fast as she was born, as the trough diving down into the Gulf has severed her in half. The mid-level portion of Rina was drawn up to the northeast and is making a rainy impact on south Florida. While her remnant surface low moved off to the ESE and is about to collide with a tropical wave. The NHC is giving that wave a 10% chance of developing into a tropical cyclone in the next 48 hours. The GFS is keeping low pressure in the Caribbean all next week, and is hinting at more development. The area remains active but also hostile.