Calm seas, clear skies
Saturday 5th October 2019
From west to east,
Disturbance Forty Four is now in the south-central Gulf of Mexico moving northwest at a little more than a stroll. This is poorly organised and not expected to improve much as it heads slowly west-sou'west towards southern Mexico over the next couple of days and an unremarkable landfall.
Disturbance Forty Five is now 250 miles south east of Bermuda quietly minding its own business as it heads northeast at 10 knots. This has an uncertain future as it reacts with an incoming low which may give it a spark of life and a return to the west but unlikely to bother anyone ashore.
Disturbance Forty Six is located southwest of the the Cape Verde Islands moving west at 5 knots. This motion should continue and accelerate slightly during the next few days, but as yet showing no interest in development.