From west to east:
Disturbance Sixty One dissipated over the mouth of the Orinoco River overnight and is off radar.
Disturbance Sixty Two is leaving the eastern seaboard now, currently centred around 300 miles east of Cape Hatteras moving to the east-nor’east at 14 knots. Calm conditions are returning to coastal areas and tidal heights are returning to normal. Strong winds are still expected offshore and there is a slight chance that this may develop tropical characteristics as it crosses the warm waters of the Gulf Stream.
WANDA merged with a dominant cold front overnight.
Strong winds off the eastern seaboard otherwise stand easy.
Image John Stagliano