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European and U.S. models frequently make different predictions about weather and storm tracks, including that of Hurricane Joaquin. Here’s why
Hurricane Joaquin strengthened as it battered the Bahamas with torrential rains, storm surges and heavy winds on Thursday and U.S. officials raced to prepare for possible landfall
As Joaquin strengthened into a major Category 4 hurricane near the Bahamas, emergency plans developed after 2012's Superstorm Sandy are being activated
Joaquin is already threatening the Bahamas. Even if it doesn’t make landfall in the U.S., the storm will have a major impact on the U.S. eastcoast and inland areas
No two storms are ever exactly alike due to storm tracks, the position of other weather systems nearby and other factors
Large trees like sequoias and redwoods suffer most when its dry