From west to east

Disturbance Twenty Three, currently 950 miles north east of the mouth of the Amazon is little more than a low pressure trough with hardly any tropical characteristics. This is westbound at 22 knots and has limited development prospects as things stand.

Disturbance Twenty Five has formed about a day west of the Cape Verde Islands, westbound at 10 knots with bands of scattered showers and thunderstorms. Conditions ahead are only very marginal for development.

Stand easy.

Image Jerry Douglas