Uninspiring day for Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico weather watchers.
From west to east:
Whilst the debate over the La Niña vs early end to the storm season continues, just two minor pressure gradients cross our screen today almost unnoticed. Disturbance Fifty Six is in the south-western Caribbean, a couple of hundred miles north of the coast of Colombia headed west at a brisk 22 knots. This is likely to do little more than enhance showers and thunderstorms over the next day or so before beaching on the coast of Nicaragua.
Disturbance Fifty Seven is 500 miles north east of the mouth of the Amazon moving west at 10 knots. This will move to the west-nor’west over the next few days but with scant chance of development.
Image Hans Moser