On paper, the Atlantic, Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico tropical storm season ends today but there are still a few hot spots across the region, and given the turbulence of the 2020 season, nobody is rushing to sign off yet. Bone-idle Disturbance Sixty Six is the only blip on radar today. This low pressure area is continuing to loaf about aimlessly in the eastern Atlantic, now centred loosely around 250 miles north west of Madeira. This still has a day or so of favourable environmental conditions but as yet showing no enthusiasm for digging in and unless it can be bothered to spring into any kind of life, is unlikely to develop.

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