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.
Image Jerry Douglas