Checking in on Tropical Storm Laura:
Center located at 41.2N, 48.8W; maximum sustained winds of 60mph; moving N @ 13mph.
Laura is located between Canada and the Azores Islands, though she’s closer to Canada. Her path will take her to the east of Canada and remain well south of Greenland as she gets caught up in the westerlies. Within the next 24 hours, Laura should lose her tropical characteristics and become more like the mid-latitude storms most of us are used to seeing with fronts extending from the low. 3 days from now, she should be near 55N, 35W. 5 days from now, she is forecasted to move across northern Great Britain.
Elsewhere, a disturbance moved east across the Yucatan peninsula a day or two ago and is now broadly located in the southeastern Gulf of Mexico with Cuba to its southeast and Florida to its northeast. This disturbance isn’t very organized right now and isn’t expected to become so in the next 12-24 hours. Another tropical wave is making its way across the middle Atlantic. This wave is very disorganized right now. So additional tropical depression formation isn’t expected in the next couple of days.