Two slim possibilities headed for the Caribbean
Disturbance forty six moved inland into Central America and is off radar now.
Disturbance forty five passing clear of the north east Leeward Islands and is moving to the northwest at 6 knots. The disturbance is being sheared, but model guidance indicates some further development over the next few days as it moves toward Bermuda. There is no threat to the United States.
Disturbance forty four is centred about 500 miles north of the Amazon delta and is moving west at 8 knots. This disturbance no longer has any chance of developing in the western Caribbean but worth watching as it heads west.
Disturbance forty seven is two days west of the Cape Verde Islands and is moving west at 12 knots.There is a chance that it could strengthen into a depression in 3-5 days, and could affect the northeastern Caribbean in about 6 days. Model guidance indicates it would be a weak system as it approaches the Caribbean.