New kitten-weak disturbance in SW Atlantic
Saturday 4th November 2017
There is still much speculation over an area of low pressure developing in the southwestern Caribbean Sea next week. If this does decide to appear, it won't get much change out of the Gulf of Mexico which is fairly well protected by frontal actively, so the only way is east to north east. This is still theory only so I wouldn't be getting too excited about it, just yet.
The only other fertile area across the region, the south west Atlantic, has sprung a new disturbance today. Disturbance Fifty Eight is now around 800 miles south east of Bermuda. This is a kitten-weak system is producing disorganised showers and the odd roll of thunder. This will move north over the next few days and could develop but is not a threat to land.