Chilly morning, with no or little wind. Rain continuing unabated, it has caused major problems on the mainland. The A82 Glasgow to Inverness road has been blocked by a landslip near Fort William, forcing drivers into a 150 mile detour.
This morning, tropical disturbance 94L was given only a 10% chance to become a tropical cyclone. Four hours later, hey presto, here is tropical storm Hanna. She won't have long on this earth, as the coast looms only 35 miles away. Hanna started life as tropical depression 09L, which crossed the Gulf of Campeche, and succumbed inland over the Yucatan peninsula. And now she's back. Oh, Hanna will cross Nicaragua and into the Eastern Pacific Ocean. Which is already heading for its 21st named storm of the season. Meteorology is never boring.