Disturbance One ashore. Disturbance Two in the east is hitting sand.

General summary Saturday 7th June 2014

Disturbance One ran aground close to Veracruz, Mexico overnight. This has had its day. There is still some squally weather with enhanced showers and thunderstorms in the extreme south of the Bay of Campeche with some gusts of up to 40 knots(which is still severe gale force) but past peak now and will give way to blue skies and calm conditions in the next 12 to 24 hours.

Disturbance Two left the African coast yesterday and is approaching the Cape Verde Islands, but hitting a wall of sand-laden air, so is unlikely to survive in any form which requires moisture.

Stand easy.