Disturbance Fifty Five less likely to develop

Friday 27th October 2017

Disturbance Fifty Five is still close to the coast of Honduras with no significant change in intensity, currently producing winds of between 25 and 30 knots. The disturbance has started to creep north with a shift slightly west of north later, but this track will be short lived as the approaching strong cold front takes charge and shoves the whole thing north east. There is still much debate over whether this will deepen into a tropical depression or not, but the Canadian guy's hopes for a hurricane seem to have been cruelly dashed. Regardless of development, it will bring heavy rainfall to Central America, the Cayman Islands, Cuba, South Florida, and the Bahamas.

Stand easy.