Rumours of the early demise of Disturbance Sixty Two which left the eastern seaboard on Monday may have been premature as aerial imagery shows signs of vertical convection and a hint of rotation. Currently some 1,100 miles east of Cape Hatteras and headed safely seaward, this may yet develop into a brief, late fishstorm before accelerating to the northeast and merging with a frontal system on Friday.

Aside from a weather watch in the eastern Atlantic, stand easy.

Image Melissa Hill