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Late Tuesday morning, Bill was centered about 700 miles east of the Leeward Islands and moving west-northwest near 17 mph. Bill was a large system, about 300 miles across, so Bermuda faces a potential threat even if the Atlantic island avoids a direct hit. But where Bill will go isn't certain, but meteorologists said they don't project the storm to reach the U.S. at this point.
Federal forecasters only provide five-day forecasts for hurricanes and have difficulty making reliable projections of the storms' paths beyond three days. Storms also can change direction at short notice.
Originally posted by dgtempe
Well, if you want one, we could discuss HAARP.