DEBBY off radar - rain across southern Caribbean
Friday 10th August 2018
Disturbance Twenty Four is about a day and a half west of the Cape Verde Islands racing west at 22 knots in infertile dry air. There is some enthusiasm for development but remains highly unlikely.
Disturbance Twenty Two crossed the eastern islands of the Caribbean overnight and is now back on a reassuring westerly heading at a brisk, cyclone-inhibiting 22 knots. This will spread rain across the southern Caribbean but is unlikely to develop.
DEBBY has disappeared into a large low pressure area in the North Atlantic without further cause for concern or source of Dallas puns, sadly.