From west to east;
Disturbance Twenty Four is near to the end of its uneventful Atlantic & Caribbean crossing as it approaches Panama with just a scattering of thunderstorms.
Disturbance Twenty Five is still stationary close to the west of the Cape Verde Islands. This has begun to show signs of surface rotation and the usual foul weather enthusiasts (including the Blind Sniper of course), are already confidently talking this up as a potential storm despite only marginally favourable conditions ahead when it gets under way in a couple of days time. This is far too early to forecast with any certainty as things stand, although a fairly safe bet that the sandy air induced deadlock will break at some time. This may be the one. And it may not.
Image Fred J Lincoln