Most systems like that die out to some degree after some time over water. Whether or not it reforms is another story, but those convective complexes can often spin-up weak low-to-mid-level vortices that can track westward in the ocean and serve to focus convection later on down the line once conditions are more favorable, provided that the vortex survives. Dennis and Emily were somewhat like that...the wave behind Emily as well, if it develops. Only time will tell as to what happens with this one.
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