From west to east;

Disturbance Sixty Two is a strong low pressure area without tropical characteristics situated off Carolinas fanning out thunderstorms, gale force winds and chunky seas along the south-eastern seaboard. This has already started moving harmlessly seaward and is not expected to develop.

Disturbance Sixty One is close to the mouth of the Orinoco River moving into Venezuela and likely to dissipate as it does so.

Tropical storm WANDA has started to head north-east after a prolonged spell loafing around to the west of the Azores, currently making about 14 knots. This is on its last leg now and will accelerate and dissipate, probably to merge with an eastbound front. Maximum winds are gusting just 40 knots and well past peak intensity.

Some strong winds off the Carolinas and to the west of the Azores otherwise stand easy.

Image Fabian Thylmann