Quote: Since it is not too busy, would someone be willing to explain how you determine the direction? When I look at the Melbourne radar, the whole blob seems to be moving northwest. What is it that I don't get?
Well, the blobs by Melbourne are moving north west. That's the outer circulation. If you click on Tampa's radar you will see the storms moving south. You need to watch the center of circulation which is around Lake O right now. That is the part that is moving North East. Everything else will just rotate around it.
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