here - promising us the worst storm in 30 years as hurricane Joaquin heads for the British Isles.
here. In this clip, the hurricane can be seen towards bottom left. The pale reds indicate high wind speeds, while the rest of the Atlantic is none too placid either.
We've seen all these ships before. It seems that the Royal Navy is now so lean on ships that, every time there is a major exercise, they have to float out the same vessels. Some of them are now fairly old, having been launched in the 1980s. Our only hope of something exciting from the Royal Navy is that the sixth and last of the Type 45 destroyers, D37 HMS Duncan, is due to take part.