You cannot help but to be concerned when a weather satellite malfunctions during Hurricane season.
As mentioned before the NOAA's GOES 13 Weather Satellite was not able to transmit its data and GOES 14 which is another satellite started to be used as a backup to help meteorologists to examine the entire eastern part of the U.S. and the Atlantic Ocean for potential storms.
On October 1st NOAA reported that they had the two satellites switch positions in orbit so that the GOES 14 has same viewable position that the GOES 13 had when it was working properly.
Here is a video showing the two satellites that were moved in orbit
Story source and video credit NOAA