One single low pressure system out at sea

Thursday 3rd November 2016

An elongated non-tropical area of low pressure located several hundred miles east-nor'east of the northern Lesser Antilles continues to produce widespread cloud with the odd thunderstorm and showers over the central Atlantic, and is also producing winds touching gale force in gusts. This system could acquire some subtropical characteristics over the next day or two while it moves north over the open Atlantic but unlikely to become a subtropical storm per se as it accelerates out to sea to the north.
Elsewhere, there are no significant tropical features across the reporting area.

A few more days yet.

Stand easy.