THE FALSE ALARM EFFECT
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Day I: A tropical stonn is fonning somewhere in the Atlantic, far from any coast. Its development is slow but persistent, and on Day 6 the winds reach hurricane force. The hurricane travels northwest, in the general direction of the Caribbean. On Day IO it slightly alters its course taking a more northerly route. It is now just a few hundred miles off Florida. On Day 11 the eye of the stonn is almost stationary, and then it starts moving due north. The winds are subsiding, and on Day 13 what remains of the original weather system is quickly dissipating on its northeastern route toward the vast open spaces of the Atlantic.