From west to east;

Disturbance Seventeen is nearing finished with engines having opened out into a weak tropical wave and is now centred on the western side of the Yucatan channel. This is producing nothing more than scattered thunderstorms across the region but there is no sign of spirited convection and this is likely to dissipate in southern Mexico as the disturbance moves inland.

Disturbance  Fifteen is crossing Puerto Rico headed briskly west at 20 knots. This is also fanning out thunderstorms across the northern Leeward Islands, Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico but without any real intent. This will continue to produce thunderstorms as it tracks west across Hispaniola then into Cuba on Monday. Tropical development is not expected.

Disturbance Sixteen is now 500 miles east of Trinidad moving to the west at 22 knots. This is also producing some impressive thunderstorms but without any signs of surface organisation. This will remain largely unchanged as it extends into northern South America later today and across the Windward Islands to Trinidad tomorrow however environmental conditions still include a whiff of sand and are not favourable for development.

Once again, stand easy.