Tropical storm ANA is now 480 miles north-east of Bermuda headed safely north-east at 14 knots. This is still at peak intensity with a hurricane severity index rating of 3 (1 for size and 2 for intensity) producing winds of maximum 50 knots in its north-eastern sector with a very small windfield radius of 50 miles. ANA is crossing cooler water, weakening as a consequence and likely to lose formation as it accelerates north-east tonight.
Disturbance Three has moved inland over south central Texas and is off our radar now.
Aside from a small area of weakening tropical storm conditions well to the north-east of Bermuda, stand easy.
Image Peter Acworth