just an update so nobody thinks the Fisherman slept in over some good scotch on a beach down here.
The Tropical Waves from the far East keep to mingle with rough weather areas, absolutely typical for this time of the year.
They are cleaning up the highway and prepare pavement for the real stuff day by day now.
That means each of those waves takes the protecting dry air out/wetens the pavement.
we are less than 3 weeks away from our average Season Peak point, September 10th,
which is traditionally the point from where on the conditions will be on their " dangerous level", means disturbances get their best shot for fastest development and to reach strongest levels.
the lately movement can let us expect this season to not be out of the ordinary, the conditions out there off our Far East will be ready for Rock ' n' Roll.
At this moment, as mentioned above the waves far east, including the one expected to hit water the next couple days, will just clean up and not do any harm.
The small and not strong System lingering since a coupe days SE of the Windward Islands, is luckily for us a weak one,
because it's position will bring it over the Windward Islands into the SouthEastern Caribbean Sea where conditions for development are almost perfect.
Dry Airlayers are thin to nothing over the caribbean sea now, windshear is Null,
but again, this system is small, weak, it will not improve to anything big.
So for now all is fine for our soil.
We keep watching and as it is this time of the year,
I assume that everybody in the typical vulnerable areas for floodings etc is prepared for what is the usual procedure in this part of the planet at this time of the year.
Cheers from sunny eastern Skies