Storm season revival producing busy skies.
From west to east;
Contrary to previous indications of deceleration and development, Disturbance Twenty Three remains weak after an overnight push to the west and is now close the coast of Nicaragua headed west-nor’west at 17 knots. There remains little support for any significant development now. This will move harmlessly inland into southern Mexico tomorrow and may bring enhanced thunderstorm activity to the southern part of the Bay of Campeche later this week but with little prospect of development.
Disturbance Twenty Five is a broad and weak area of low pressure centred 750 miles east of the Leeward Islands and is moving west at just 5 knots. This is likely to develop prior to passing north of the Leeward Islands on Friday, then pass to the north of the British Virgin Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico over next weekend with potential strong winds and heavy squalls Thereafter this may pass to the northeast of the Bahamas and may then turn to the northeast towards Bermuda but with a slow moving system, this is all highly speculative and this needs a careful watch as a swipe of the south-eastern seaboard and some cyclonic development cannot be dismissed
Wildcat Disturbance Twenty Six is now 600 miles east of Bermuda and weakening. This may dissipate in the next day or two without development.
Disturbance Twenty Seven is moving off the coast of west Africa now. This may encounter favourable conditions for development, and it could bring gusty winds and heavy rain to the Cape Verde Islands tomorrow as moves to the west. Early days yet to speculate on course and speed thereafter.