Three disturbances seaborne with no immediate threat
Friday 7th August 2020
From west to east;
Disturbance Twenty Six has weakened further around 600 miles south west of Bermuda. This remains disorganised and tropical development is very unlikely. This will amble around for a day or two before dissipating.
Disturbance Twenty Eight is now about eight hours north of west of the Lesser Antilles, well into the eastern Caribbean. This is still quite disorganised and development is unlikely as approaches the Virgin Islands and Puerto Rico tonight with showers and thunderstorms.
Disturbance Twenty Nine has appeared around 750 miles north east of the mouth of the Amazon headed west at 13 knots. This has some surface organisation and signs of convection in a small development window. Conditions between this position and the Caribbean are not particularly storm-fertile and may weaken before reaching the Lesser Antilles early next week.