The only area of interest across the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico is the slow-developing trough between the Bay of Campeche and the north-west Caribbean. As yet, this is still at the speculative stage and meaningful formation has yet to begin, despite some fairly aggressive pessimism from the usual catastrophists, vile weather enthusiasts and tea-leaf readers, including the Canadian guy of course. They may be right (which I doubt), but at the moment, have absolutely no objective evidence. At present, all that can be realistically expected is heavy rainfall and increased thunderstorm activity over the coming days, further development being highly uncertain at the moment.

Stand easy.

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