Disturbance eleven airborne

A new upper level low has been designated disturbance eleven, although for the life of me I can't see why. This is clutching at straws being just a few millibars behind the surrounding environment. This is situated a couple of hundred miles east of North Carolina and is part orbiting a large stationary high pressure area. This is headed seaward - north East at about ten knots and of no interest to anyone as it accelerates away from the United States over cold water. Disturbance ten is still entertaining itself mid- Atlantic as it pushes west towards the Caribbean at 15 knots. Upper level shear awaits and development will be unlikely. Stand easy.