State of inertia continues across reporting area
Saturday 29th October 2016
There is little change on yesterday's state of meteorological inertia across our reporting area. Disturbance forty eight is a broad area of low pressure centered close to the coast of Honduras. This remains very nearly stationary with very little motion expected over the next few days. This is expected to drift slowly to the southwest into Central America this week sometime. This won't develop but will continue to bring enhanced showers and thunderstorms across Honduras, Nicaragua, the islands in the western Caribbean and the Yucatan. Disturbance forty nine isn't impressing anyone either. This is a trough over the central tropical Atlantic centred loosely around a day and a half steaming west of the Cape Verde Islands and drifting slowly towards the north-nor'east. This motion is expected to continue into next week without significant development. Stand easy.