Forecast Moving Much Faster Than Joaquin

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Joaquin has hardly moved over the last 24 hours, but its forecast track has moved thousands of miles to the east.

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11 Responses to Forecast Moving Much Faster Than Joaquin

  1. Don says:

    Cantore was in his fright mode a few hours ago, along with NBC News.


    For consecutive days we have seen HUGE 5 day rainfall 4casts. This is a HUGE story w/life threatening implications.
    — Jim Cantore (@JimCantore) October 1, 2015

  2. daveburton says:

    I hope they’re right this time. We’ve had a lot of rain lately in North Carolina, so the ground is soggy. With the ground already soaked, if we get a hurricane a LOT of trees are going to come down.

    • Gail Combs says:

      We are already seeing trees going down. I have fence to fix as a result and so do my neighbors.

      We are on clay (not that sand is any better) and the roots of trees go sideways and not down. I was very surprised when I cam here from New England to see just how shallow the root systems are. Generally only a couple feet deep instead of a couple meters.

  3. Andy DC says:

    Despite the Hurricane Center trending it east, there are still perfectly good models that still, as of this afternoon, slam it directly into NC. I don’t think they are backing off. They look perfectly logical, as an upper low sucks it in. I think it will be a major disaster for NC and VA, possibly even for DC.

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