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Tropical Storm Maysak – Western Pacific

Updated: Wind: 40 MPH | Location: 7.5N 204.1E | Movement: WNW More Information: Tracking Map Public Advisory Discussion Coordinates Computer Models

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Climate: Studying thunderstorms in Africa may lead to better hurricane … – Summit County Citizens Voice

Summit County Citizens Voice Climate: Studying thunderstorms in Africa may lead to better hurricane … Summit County Citizens Voice Colin Price, who recently published a new study on hurricane formation in Geophysical Research Letters. “We found that the larger the area covered by the disturbances, the higher the chance they would develop into hurricanes only one to two weeks later.”. Public Release: 12-Mar-2015 Predicting which African storms will intensify … EurekAlert (press release) all 5 news articles »

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Only March hurricane on record was 107 years ago – Sun Sentinel (blog)

Only March hurricane on record was 107 years ago Sun Sentinel (blog) It also was the only year on record when a hurricane formed in March. After initially emerging as a tropical storm on March 6, the system strengthened into a Category 1 hurricane the next day in the eastern Caribbean. “It lasted for four days and moved …

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Climate: Warming oceans may increase New England hurricane risk – Summit County Citizens Voice

Summit County Citizens Voice Climate: Warming oceans may increase New England hurricane risk Summit County Citizens Voice FRISCO — Climate researchers say New England’s coastal communities may need to prepare for major hurricane strikes sooner rather than later as the Atlantic Ocean continues to warm. “We may need to begin planning for a category 3 hurricane landfall …

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Climate: Warming oceans may increase New England hurricane risk – Summit County Citizens Voice

Monster hurricanes hit northeast in past warm ocean periods like those in our … – Phys.Org

Phys.Org Monster hurricanes hit northeast in past warm ocean periods like those in our … Phys.Org UMass Amherst’s Woodruff, an expert in coastal sediment, examined deposits from Salt Pond near Falmouth on Cape Cod. Over hundreds of years, strong hurricanes have deposited sediment into the pond. They extracted 30-foot (nine-meter) sediment …

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Monster hurricanes hit northeast in past warm ocean periods like those in our … – Phys.Org

Typhoon Higos – Western Pacific

Updated: Wind: 74 MPH | Location: 12.2N 203.3E | Movement: WNW More Information: Tracking Map Public Advisory Discussion Coordinates Computer Models

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Super Typhoon Hagupit – Western Pacific

Updated: Wind: 149 MPH | Location: 9.3N 224.8E | Movement: WNW More Information: Tracking Map Public Advisory Discussion Coordinates Computer Models

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Super Typhoon Hagupit – Western Pacific

2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season Fast Facts – ErieTVNews

ErieTVNews 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season Fast Facts ErieTVNews The 2014 Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30. The areas covered include the North Atlantic Ocean, Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea. The National Weather Service defines a hurricane as “an intense tropical weather system with …

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Tropical Storm Hagupit – Western Pacific

Updated: Wind: 40 MPH | Location: 5.5N 209.3E | Movement: WNW More Information: Tracking Map Public Advisory Discussion Coordinates Computer Models

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2014 Hurricane Season in Review – The Weather Channel

The Weather Channel 2014 Hurricane Season in Review The Weather Channel In the Atlantic basin, just nine tropical cyclones formed in 2014, of which eight were named (Tropical Depression Two was the exception). On both counts it was the sparsest Atlantic hurricane season since 1997, when there were also eight named and nine … Quiet 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season Comes to a Close Live Science Quiet Atlantic hurricane season — and turbulent Pacific one — near end Los Angeles Times Florida’s hurricane lucky streak continues Tampabay.com CBS Local  - KTRK-TV  - TBO.com all 58 news articles »

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