From west to east:

Tropical Storm Wanda is continuing to meander happily some 500 miles west-sou’west of the Azores, as if in a state of advanced refreshment. Currently stumbling slowly north, wind speeds are now down to 40 knots and barely capable of tropical storm intensity aside from the odd gust. WANDA is likely to stagger drunkenly through various compass headings without any capability or co-ordination, but will eventually get some semblance of sobriety and head harmlessly east.

Disturbance Sixty crossed the divide last night and is now in the eastern Pacific and off our radar.

Stand by for strong winds to the west of the Azores, otherwise stand easy.

Image Abby Winters