New disturbance headed harmlessly seaward
Friday 3rd June
The anticipated low pressure area which has spent the last couple of days deliberating over which side of the Florida peninsular to show itself, has formed Disturbance Nineteen, now 200 miles east of Jacksonville and already headed harmlessly northeast. This may deepen slightly but not likely to hit any high notes aside from some heavy rain as it passes Bermuda.
Disturbance Eighteen continues battling airborne sand on its westerly path, now around 550 miles north east of the mouth of the Amazon. This is making good 18 knots and is likely to bring rain to the Lesser Antilles in two days time but not expected to develop otherwise.