The weather pattern is in massive transition right now, and Joaquin is caught in the middle of this huge change. This is one of the reasons why the track has already changed significantly in the past 24 hours.
Tropical Storm Joaquin, the tenth named storm of the season in the Atlantic Basin, has formed east of the Bahamas. This is forecast to strengthen slowly and eventually threaten the northeastern United States. The exact track and strength, as usual, is rather uncertain as it is only drifting around at the moment:
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Welcome to the LRC Forecast Experience Blog. Something absolutely incredible is happening right now, and many of you know what it is. The new weather pattern is now beginning to evolve and the computer models have been […]
We will get back to the weather tomorrow as massive changes are taking place in the overall pattern. Let's dip into Astronomy tonight. A dazzling Super Moon Total Eclipse will be visible across much of the USA tonight.
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