Three diminishing low pressure cells - no development expected
From west to east -
Disturbance Three still looks to be little more than an open wave - currently centred over mid-to western Cuba and moving to the west-nor'west at 13 knots. This will bring increased rain chances to north-eastern Mexico and portions of South Texas during the middle part of the week. However, organisation is decreasing and any development is unlikely as it traverses the Gulf of Mexico over the next few days.
Disturbance Four is as expected, westbound now - well out into the Atlantic and accelerating into a large subtropical trough and is likely to be off radar by this time tomorrow.
Disturbance Five is almost midway between the African and Brazilian coasts and still plodding west at 13 knots. Aerial footage still shows some thunderclouds and rain showers, however unstable air lays ahead which, if it does not kill the low pressure cell off altogether, will certainly see that is doesn't develop.