Four uninspiring systems seaborne
Wednesday 28th June 2017
Disturbance Nine is still loafing around off Nicaragua. This will jump the fence in the next day or so and excite Pacific watchers more than it has excited me. Development this side won't happen.
Disturbance Twelve will pass over the Windward Islands shorty as it moves west-nor'west at 15 knots. This will be a rainmaker for the islands and may cause localised flooding but conditions are not favourable for development.
Disturbance Eleven is centred around 700 miles north east of the Amazon and moving west at 13 knots. This is also experiencing unfavourable shear and not expected to develop.
Disturbance Thirteen is slipping its moorings as it leaves the African coast. This has a decent cloud formation but faces an arduous Atlantic crossing with sand in the east and shear in the west. Unlikely. All good.