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2016 hurricane season: upslope we go – WFTV Orlando

WFTV Orlando 2016 hurricane season: upslope we go WFTV Orlando The Tropics seem to have taken a summer break. After three named storms on June, July was without any named storms, but August looks more favorable for storm development. Typically, the peak of hurricane season is around Sept. 10 and 11. During the …

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Is a Category 6 Hurricane Possible? | The Weather Channel – The Weather Channel

The Weather Channel Is a Category 6 Hurricane Possible? | The Weather Channel The Weather Channel Hurricane Patricia at 5:20 a.m. EDT on Oct. 23, 2015, as seen by NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP satellite using infrared light. Cloud top temperatures of thunderstorms around the eyewall were between -135.7 degrees Fahrenheit and -117.7 degrees Fahrenheit. NASA spies major Hurricane Georgette (e) Science News (press release) (registration) all 2 news articles »

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Five Tools Used to Monitor Hurricanes You’ve Probably Never … – The Weather Channel

The Weather Channel Five Tools Used to Monitor Hurricanes You've Probably Never … The Weather Channel Five important tools used by tropical meteorologists you may not have heard of. and more »

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Five Tools Used to Monitor Hurricanes You’ve Probably Never Heard Of | The Weather Channel – The Weather Channel

The Weather Channel Five Tools Used to Monitor Hurricanes You've Probably Never Heard Of | The Weather Channel The Weather Channel We are so often used to using radar imagery and satellite views to monitor hurricanes and typhoons that we can forget how limiting that technology can be. There are five more tools that meteorologists use to fill in gaps, tools you probably have never … and more »

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Busy NYC subway to close for 18 months for hurricane repair – The Weather Network

The Weather Network Busy NYC subway to close for 18 months for hurricane repair The Weather Network Wednesday, July 27, 2016, 5:27 PM – A busy New York City subway line will stop running between Manhattan and Brooklyn for at least 18 months starting in 2019 for Hurricane Sandy repairs, transit officials announced Monday. Critics fear the shutdown … and more »

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Hurricane three times size of Earth behind Jupiter’s heat – Irish Times

Irish Times Hurricane three times size of Earth behind Jupiter's heat Irish Times “The Great Red Spot is a large hurricane in Jupiter about three times the size of the Earth, at least 150 years old, likely thousands of years old,” says Kevin Nolan, lecturer at IT Tallaght and Irish representative of The Planetary Society. Inside the … Jupiter's Great Red Spot 'roars with heat' BBC News all 34 news articles »

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Hurricane forecasters watching tropical wave near Africa | NOLA.com – NOLA.com

NOLA.com Hurricane forecasters watching tropical wave near Africa | NOLA.com NOLA.com A tropical wave on the western coast of Africa has a 20 percent chance of developing into at least a tropical depression, hurricane forecasters said Wednesday … Invest 96-L Designated as Atlantic Basin Warms Up For Peak of Hurricane Season | The Weather Channel The Weather Channel Atlantic hurricane season awakens after over a month of no activity WGNO Frank Continues as a Small Hurricane Tuesday Afternoon Surfline.com Surf News WDSU New Orleans  – Phys.Org  – WCTV all 33 news articles »

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Hurricane forecasters watching tropical wave near Africa – NOLA.com

NOLA.com Hurricane forecasters watching tropical wave near Africa NOLA.com A tropical wave off the western coast of Africa has a 20 percent chance of developing into at least a tropical depression, hurricane forecasters said Wednesday (July 27). The tropical wave is producing a large area of cloudiness and disorganized shower … Frank Continues as a Small Hurricane Tuesday Afternoon Surfline.com Surf News NASA data show Hurricane Frank's fluctuation in strength Phys.Org Storm surge: The most destructive and deadly part of a hurricane Press of Atlantic City ABC2 News (blog)  – WDSU New Orleans  – Business Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog) all 18 news articles »

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DPS Urges Texans to Stay Prepared as Hurricane Season Continues – San Angelo LIVE!

DPS Urges Texans to Stay Prepared as Hurricane Season Continues San Angelo LIVE! A press release from the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) stated that with about four months remaining in the 2016 hurricane season, officials want to remind residents to evaluate their emergency plans and monitor weather forecasts for potential … and more »

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Protect your property during hurricane season; what to do before the worst happens – KHON2

KHON2 Protect your property during hurricane season; what to do before the worst happens KHON2 Local News · Always Investigating · 2016 Elections · Hurricane Tracker · Laulima Giving · Ask HPD · Action Line · National · International · Strange · KHON2 News App · Live Stream · Volcano · Kahoolawe · Hokulea · Weather · Hurricane Information … and more »

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