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Report analyzes new option for hurricane protection – Phys.Org

Phys.Org Report analyzes new option for hurricane protection Phys.Org Past discussions of hurricane -protection options for the Houston-Galveston region have focused on constructing a floodgate at the mouth of either Galveston Bay or the Houston Ship Channel. In its latest analysis of options that federal, state and local … and more »

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Report analyzes new option for hurricane protection – Phys.Org

New study reveals the possibility of hurricanes ‘unlike anything you’ve seen … – Washington Post

BDlive New study reveals the possibility of hurricanes ‘unlike anything you’ve seen … Washington Post Last week, the nation focused its attention on the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, the most destructive hurricane in U.S. history. As bad as the storm was, though, it wasn’t the worst storm that could have possibly hit New Orleans. [Special … Tampa and Dubai May Be Due for Extreme “Grey Swan” Hurricanes Smithsonian all 27 news articles »

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New study reveals the possibility of hurricanes ‘unlike anything you’ve seen … – Washington Post

Sunday Science Tidbit; 2005 Hurricane Season Recap – WNCT (blog)

WNCT (blog) Sunday Science Tidbit; 2005 Hurricane Season Recap WNCT (blog) Luckily, this hurricane season has be rather benign. El Nino, dry African dust, and wind shear have all worked in our favor this year. The wind patterns have been working in our favor the past couple of years keeping a majority of the storms away from …

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Sunday Science Tidbit; 2005 Hurricane Season Recap – WNCT (blog)

KVUE meteorologist recaps Hurricane Katrina – KVUE

CNBC KVUE meteorologist recaps Hurricane Katrina KVUE Hurricane Katrina brought ferocious winds of 125 mph around the eye of the storm. The hurricane’s rain flooded and destroyed several levees, putting New Orleans and other surrounding towns under water. Katrina originally started as a Tropical … In pictures: Hurricane Katrina then and now CNBC Hurricane Katrina: Photos show recovery 10 years on ABC Online 10 Years After Hurricane Katrina: Have Weather Forecasts Improved? Live Science CNN  – TIME all 6,165 news articles »

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The Haunting Weather Statement That Saved Lives During Hurricane Katrina – Gizmodo

Gizmodo The Haunting Weather Statement That Saved Lives During Hurricane Katrina Gizmodo Most of us don’t think much of the daily weather statements that meteorologists from the National Weather Service make every single day. Until there’s a natural disaster, of course. But a forecast issued as Hurricane Katrina slammed into the the Gulf … and more »

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The Haunting Weather Statement That Saved Lives During Hurricane Katrina – Gizmodo

Erika no longer a tropical storm, loses steam over Cuba – Reuters

Tampabay.com Erika no longer a tropical storm, loses steam over Cuba Reuters MIAMI Erika, a tropical storm that was losing strength as it hit Haiti with heavy rains and strong winds, fell apart on Saturday over eastern Cuba, the U.S. National Hurricane Center said. “Erika has degenerated into a trough of low pressure,” the … National Hurricane Center: Tropical Storm Erika has dissipated; watches and … Tampabay.com National Hurricane Center Says Erika Dissipates Newsweek Why Is Tracking A Hurricane Easier Than Predicting Its Intensity? Forbes Miami Herald  – NOLA.com all 3,038 news articles »

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Erika no longer a tropical storm, loses steam over Cuba – Reuters

Why Is Tracking a Hurricane Easier Than Predicting Its Intensity? – Forbes

Forbes Why Is Tracking a Hurricane Easier Than Predicting Its Intensity? Forbes Skill in predicting hurricane intensity has lagged track forecasts. According to NASA hurricane track forecasts have improved by as much as 2-4% per year since the early 1990s. Improvements in intensity forecasts in the Pacific basins are about 10 … and more »

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Why Is Tracking a Hurricane Easier Than Predicting Its Intensity? – Forbes

Could a Hurricane Hit N.J. Labor Day Weekend? – Patch.com

Patch.com Could a Hurricane Hit N.J. Labor Day Weekend? Patch.com Have a hurricane plan that is ready to go if needed and keep an eye on the forecast,” he said. He said there is some potential Erika will “recurve” into the Atlantic Ocean. It also could be headed toward the Gulf of Mexico. “Bottom line is many options … and more »

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Could a Hurricane Hit N.J. Labor Day Weekend? – Patch.com

UPDATE: Hurricane Will Likely Not Hit N.J. Labor Day Weekend – Patch.com

Patch.com UPDATE: Hurricane Will Likely Not Hit N.J. Labor Day Weekend Patch.com Have a hurricane plan that is ready to go if needed and keep an eye on the forecast,” he said. He said there is some potential Erika will “recurve” into the Atlantic Ocean. It also could be headed toward the Gulf of Mexico. “Bottom line is many options … and more »

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UPDATE: Hurricane Will Likely Not Hit N.J. Labor Day Weekend – Patch.com

Hurricane not likely for N.J. on Labor Day Weekend, despite Canadian prediction – NJ.com

NJ.com Hurricane not likely for N.J. on Labor Day Weekend, despite Canadian prediction NJ.com Shortly before 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Gary Szatkowski, meteorologist-in-charge at the National Weather Service’s Mount Holly office, retweeted something from his personal Twitter account that raised some hairs on the necks of New Jerseyans.

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