New disturbance leaving Gambia River
Wednesday 13th July 2016
Disturbance twelve is in the east Pacific and likely to develop to the south of Mexico but off our radar now.
Disturbance thirteen is centred around 950 miles east of Trinidad and headed west at 12 knots. No significant development is expected but it may bring gusty winds and rain showers to the Windward Islands over the next 36 hours.
Disturbance fourteen has developed about 200 miles west of the mouth of the Gambia River and is moving west at 12 knots. Early to say but as things stand, this is not expected to develop over the next seven days due to unfavourable conditions across the convergence zone.