Disturbance Three is now in the final leg of its Caribbean trek, centred loosely between Colombia and the Mosquito coast of Nicaragua moving inexorably west at 18 knots and expected to run ashore in central America tomorrow with some heavy rainfall and the odd thunderstorm. Whilst this had the makings of disappearing completely once ashore, there is an eastbound monsoon trough coming in from the Pacific which may push this back to our side of the fence later in the coming week, when environmental conditions may be more favourable for development.

Stand easy.