Disturbance Seven - little more than an open wave of low pressure

With ARTHUR nearer polar than equatorial and a featureless Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico weather chart, there is some chatter amongst the modellers and forecasters of disturbance seven, but utterly unfounded. Disturbance seven is little more than an open wave of low pressure producing disorganised showers and thunderstorms off the Carolinas. Unlike hurricane ARTHUR which formed in the same area last week, this disturbance is weak and pointless. This will loaf around the southeast coast of the United States over the next few days, but do little else. Stand easy. 

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