September 25, 2004

Up against the wall!

NOAA News Online (Story 2321) Well new Orleans dodged another bullet and even though Ivan wound up and too a second punch, this was quite weak. Meanwhile, Florida is bracing for Jeanne and Bruce just sent me the links to...
Posted by Greg Stone at 05:26 AM
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September 15, 2004

Ivan - flirting with abolute disaster

Weather Underground: Tropical Weather Although it's getting comparatively little play in warnings and news, Ivan is very, very close to causing the worst natural disaster in the history of the United States. Why do I say that? Because it is...
Posted by Greg Stone at 05:03 AM
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September 05, 2004

Frances - forecast on target

Well, I don't remember any early predictions thatFrances would weaken before coming ashore, but aside from that, they certainly got the path right this time. Take a look at this map from August 31 and compare it to the one...
Posted by Greg Stone at 03:28 AM
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September 03, 2004

Frances update - more data, better forecast

Yesteerday I noted how divergent the computer models were in predicting the future path of Frances. Today they are much mor ein agreement. The reason, according to Todd Gross (Channel 7) , is they flew a plane into the center...
Posted by Greg Stone at 03:53 AM
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September 02, 2004

Frances update - wild and uncertain

Frances - as I noted in an earlier post - seems determined to hit our coast and it will hit hard. But exactly where, remains a question. Look at the difference between the forecast track and the tracks predicted by...
Posted by Greg Stone at 07:00 AM
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