From west to east;

Disturbance Seventeen is crossing the beach in southern Mexico centred more or less over Veracruz. Aside from scattered thunderstorms and some locally heavy rainfall, this has had its day.

Disturbance Sixteen is centred over the coast of Venezuela close to Lake Maracaibo headed west at a sprightly 23 knots and is likely to run ashore over Panama tomorrow night without development.

The Canadian Guy has already put his money on Disturbance Eighteen which has piped up 200 miles west of the Cape Verde Islands, westbound at 14 knots. This is a wild prediction although the deadlock of Saharan sand vs cyclone development has to end sooner or later. It is early to say, but I don’t think it is this one.

Stand easy.