From west to east;

Disturbance Forty One is now about 55 miles south-east of Cape Hatteras headed north at a touch under 10 knots. This is expected to turn to the north-east later today and show a clean pair of heels to the Outer Banks of North Carolina and pass south of New England. Development cannot be ruled out, which may entail tropical storm force winds brushing coastal areas of Nova Scotia and Newfoundland but will in all likelihood produce a fish storm for the North Atlantic.

Disturbance Forty Six is now midway between the Cape Verde and Leeward Islands moving west-nor’west at 13 knot. This is expected to pass north of the Leeward Islands overnight on Monday where a development opportunity is shaping up. There seems little speculation on track thereafter but I would still keep my options open for Florida or the Bahamas.

Disturbance Forty Seven is now seaborne passing the Cape Verde Islands headed west-nor’west at a brisk 20 knots which may be an early indication of a turn harmlessly seaward into the east central Atlantic.

Stand easy.

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