From west to east:
Disturbance Fifty Seven completed its uninspiring crossing of the southern Caribbean and disappeared over Panama during the night.
Disturbance Fifty Eight is still lazing about off the eastern seaboard, centred around 150 miles east of Cape Hatteras. This is likely to loaf about offshore producing gale force winds and line squalls which are set to impact stretches of coastal New England and Nova Scotia later today and into tomorrow. By Thursday, the system is expected to track east. This may yet deepen into a tropical or subtropical storm but with the worst excesses expected offshore.
Mucky days off the eastern seaboard otherwise stand easy.
Image Fred J. Lincoln