Rain and the odd rumble for the islands of the north-eastern Caribbean
Wednesday 1st July 2020
Chatter continues to gather momentum over a low pressure cell forming either side of the northern Florida peninsula over the coming weekend. This is still expected to head east to north-east into the eastern Atlantic which will cause some heavy rain across northern Florida, whether this originates in the northeast Gulf of Mexico or off of the south-eastern seaboard.
Disturbance Sixteen is centred around 200 miles east-sou' east of Antigua headed north-west at 18 knots. Aerial images show some scattered thunderstorms but little in the way of meaningful development. This may push some rain and the odd rumble across the islands of the north-eastern Caribbean, but upper level shear will see that this doesn't misbehave.