As forecast models continue to grapple for consensus on the eventual track of Hurricane Joaquin, there is a growing trend. Most of the models seem to be coming more into agreement with the ECMWF model’s notion of an easterly track that keeps the powerful and dangerous hurricane out to sea and away from the US coastline. It’s still too early to be sure the US will avoid a direct hit from Joaquin, but a distinct shift in that direction has occurred. Read more