Two damp departures from the African coast

Tuesday 11th June 2019

Disturbance Three dissipated somewhere between Colombia and Panama overnight.

Disturbance Four left the African coast at around the same time as I did. I headed north to a cold, wet London. The miserable, rain-soaked locals have a quaint term for this. Summer.

Disturbance Four didn't fare much better. 400 miles west of the Cape Verde island, westbound at 18 knots, a murky sky with heavy rain and the odd thunderstorm is the order of the day. This seems to be weakening and currently showing little enthusiasm for developing. Probably as fed up as I am.

Stand easy.