Disturbance Sixty Five is now centred around 500 miles to the south east of Bermuda, moving south west at 12 knots. This has a short window of opportunity over the next 36 hours but thereafter expected to weaken and merge with an eastbound front, well clear of Bermuda.
Disturbance Sixty Six has formed as anticipated some 950 miles north west of Lisbon. The general expectation is that this will bimble around between Portugal and the Azores for a few days before dissipating without significant development. The Canadian guy is the exception to this rule, who has this headed for south-east England. I’m convinced he is on to me.
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