Three unremarkable disturbances across the region
Monday 6th August 2018
Disturbance Twenty One is skirting the coast of Venezuela, now moving quickly west around 100 miles north of Lake Maracaibo. No development is expected as this heads towards a forgettable landfall in Central America tomorrow.
Out in the northern subtropical Atlantic, Disturbance Twenty Three is still loafing about, around 1000 miles southwest of the Azores. This will accelerate into the north-eastern North Atlantic over the next few days as development chances diminish.
Disturbance Twenty Two continues its brisk trot across the Atlantic now three days east of the Cape Verde Islands. Sand still rules the day and this system's surface organisation isn't impressing anyone.