Kirk Reappears in the Atlantic!

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26 Sep 2018 4:23 AM
Kirk has reformed in the Atlantic! We have been watching the remnants of Kirk for the past couple of days, and it has finally become organized enough to become a tropical storm. Kirk is currently on a west track and moving straight towards the eastern Caribbean. As of now, Kirk is looking to impact Dominica and St. Lucia by early Friday morning. This means we could potentially see gusty winds and heavy rain around these islands. The spaghetti model plots are in good agreement of this track, but after passing through Dominica, the plots become a little more uncertain. Tune in to WeatherNation to get all the latest updates of Kirk! We'll be tracking Kirk all week long!
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