BONNIE dies over the ocean

The remnants of tropical depression BONNIE are located about a hundred miles south-sou'east of Wilmington, North Carolina. This is almost unrecognisable from aerial footage and has probably had its day.

Disturbance two hit upper level muck to the north of Hispaniola and is also off radar now.

The chatterers are watching a possible development in the north-west Caribbean early next week. There has been a drop in barometric pressure and an increase in upper level moisture, stretching into the south-eastern Gulf of Mexico. Strong upper level shear will probably stifle any ideas this has of developing and it will probably form no more than an upper level trough as it moves harmlessly east across the south-eastern Gulf, Florida peninsula, and ultimately into the Atlantic.

Stand easy.