The fairly disorganized area of convection in the western Gulf of Mexico has pulled together enough to form Tropical Storm Olga. Olga is expected to last for only a few hours before it merges with a cold front and becomes a remnant depression. Rain from Olga has been affecting Alabama and northwest Georgia today, but most of it is expected to stay west of the rest of the Southeast as the moisture gets sucked into the front and moves north.  Meanwhile, another small storm called Pablo has formed far to the east in the Atlantic Ocean near the Azores. Just shows that the tropical season is not yet over.