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Hurricane Hernan – East Pacific

Updated: 5pm EDT Sun Jul 27 2014 Wind: 74 MPH | Location: 18.6N 112.2W | Movement: NW More Information: Tracking Map Public Advisory Discussion Coordinates Computer Models

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Hurricane Hernan – East Pacific

Tropical Storm Hernan – East Pacific

Updated: 5pm EDT Sat Jul 26 2014 Wind: 40 MPH | Location: 15.4N 108.3W | Movement: NW More Information: Tracking Map Public Advisory Discussion Coordinates Computer Models

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Tropical Storm Hernan – East Pacific

Tropical Depression Genevieve – East Pacific

Updated: 11am EDT Sat Jul 26 2014 Wind: 34 MPH | Location: 12.2N 137.0W | Movement: W More Information: Tracking Map Public Advisory Discussion Coordinates Computer Models

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The Record Quiet Hurricane Season of 1914: Could it Happen Again in 2014? – Wunderground.com (blog)

The Record Quiet Hurricane Season of 1914: Could it Happen Again in 2014? Wunderground.com (blog) This year marks the 100th anniversary of the slowest Atlantic hurricane season on record–1914, which had no hurricanes and only one tropical storm. Is it possible that the 2014 hurricane season could match 1914 for the lowest activity ever recorded …

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Researcher part of team studying ways to better predict intensity of hurricanes – Phys.Org

Nature World News Researcher part of team studying ways to better predict intensity of hurricanes Phys.Org Under hurricane force wind, the air-water interface was producing projectiles fragmenting into sub millimeter scale water droplets. This process is known from some engineering applications, including rocket science, as the Kelvin-Helmholtz (KH … Predicting Hurricane Intensity: Study Nature World News NSU researcher part of team studying ways to better predict intensity of … Science Codex NSU Researcher Part of Team Studying Ways to Better Predict Intensity of … Newswise (press release) all 3 news articles »

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Tropical Storm Genevieve – East Pacific

Updated: 5am EDT Fri Jul 25 2014 Wind: 40 MPH | Location: 12.2N 134.4W | Movement: W More Information: Tracking Map Public Advisory Discussion Coordinates Computer Models

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WSI Sticks With Mild Atlantic Hurricane Forecast – Natural Gas Intelligence

WSI Sticks With Mild Atlantic Hurricane Forecast Natural Gas Intelligence The coolest tropical Atlantic Ocean temperatures and an emerging El Nino event in the Pacific continue to convince forecasters at Weather Services International (WSI) that the 2014 hurricane season will be relatively mild. As they had in their two …

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Remnants of Two – North Atlantic

Updated: 11am EDT Wed Jul 23 2014 Wind: 34 MPH | Location: 14.0N 56.0W | Movement: W More Information: Tracking Map Public Advisory Discussion Coordinates Computer Models

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Tropical Storm Matmo – Western Pacific

Updated: Wind: 57 MPH | Location: 25.8N 241E | Movement: NW More Information: Tracking Map Public Advisory Discussion Coordinates Computer Models

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Tropical Storm Matmo – Western Pacific

Second tropical depression forms in the Atlantic

Concerns grew Monday afternoon as a second tropical depression of the 2014 Hurricane Season was forming in the Atlantic.

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Second tropical depression forms in the Atlantic

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