Disturbance eight to miss Bay of Campeche
Sunday 26th June 2016
Disturbance eight is centred around 200 miles north-nor'east of Panama and is moving slightly north of due west at about 12 knots headed for central America and into the east Pacific. No more talk of the Bay of Campeche now. Even from the Canadian guy. The traditional trans-Atlantic conveyor belt normally starts about a month into the season. In keeping with this, disturbance nine has piped up in the far east Atlantic, several hundred miles southeast of the Cape Verde Islands. The disturbance is westbound and organising but shows no sign of development at the moment. Stand easy.