Three non-eventful disturbances seaborne
Saturday 14th July 2018
The disorganised mass of rain squalls and thunderstorms that is the remains of BERYL is currently centred around 200 miles north west of Bermuda and moving north east at a leisurely 6 knots. Conditions are slightly positive for development, however this will move over colder waters to the southeast of Nova Scotia tomorrow where regeneration is unlikely to occur.
Disturbance Sixteen is now centred around 500 miles north east of the mouth of the Amazon mixing west at 15 knots. Wind shear aloft means that development is not expected.
Disturbance Seventeen has formed to the southeast of the Cape Verde Islands and is headed west at 16 knots. Airborne sand should keep this nicely in check.