PABLO making mucky days at sea

Sunday 27th October 2019

Tropical storm PABLO is now 450 miles east-nor'east of the Azores moving north east at 35 knots. Despite the high ground speed, this has deepened overnight, developing a well-formed eye and touching hurricane force in places but now only bothering fish and sailors. PABLO will turn north and decelerate over the next 24 hours and weaken without spoiling anyone else's day.

Disturbance Fifty Six has been identified in the north-western Caribbean moving to the west-nor'west at 10 knots to enter the Gulf of Mexico tomorrow. This will then follow a similar track to OLGA but with less intensity due to strong upper level shear. This will produce scattered showers and thunderstorms across the central Gulf coast from southeast Louisiana eastward to the Florida panhandle on Tuesday before moving inland but that's about all.

Stand by for muck and filth at sea in the North Atlantic from PABLO, otherwise stand easy.