FIRST TRIAL ON STORM SURGE EMULATOR

By: George1938, 2:19 AM GMT on September 01, 2014

These are the raw numbers and plots from my first official weather study on New England Hurricane Storm Surge. I actually had a lot of fun with this. it was a total horror show to build took forever but this was the first trial ^_^(adds personality as always). Note and this shows how strange storm surges behave and how exponential they increase based on category. Yes it's in mm but the model is like 70ft wide and 50 deep and is made from earth and i will have to rec...

Updated: 2:46 AM GMT on September 01, 2014

Switching projects because of lack of data

By: George1938, 3:21 PM GMT on August 31, 2014

Unfortunately because of lack of data, the other project will remain incomplete for a little while and before winter sets in, making a model of Narraganset Bay going to try and figure out exactly where a landfalling 1938 event would have to hit to over top the Fox Point Hurricane Barrier.

With that said here is my thoughts on what's out there now. The wave in the Atlantic because it is going through shear and has some dry air threats it is just basic, wen...

Updated: 3:27 PM GMT on August 31, 2014

New Project Which I Am Really Excited About ^_^

By: George1938, 1:25 PM GMT on August 28, 2014

This is what the general plot is going to look like, this is only for systems(only hurricanes) going through 30N to 35N west of 72W. This when done will go all the way back to 1851, then I will take the ones of these that make it to 40N while being west of 70W come up with a bunch of calculations. I will post the first chart once it is finished then the calcs and findings to go with it, then the second.

Updated: 1:28 PM GMT on August 28, 2014

This is probly why we don't go retro but god it teaches you a lot fast

By: George1938, 9:04 PM GMT on August 27, 2014

So maybe I don't get looks like I have 9 billion heads I did 90% of the work with Cristobal going retro and basically went like i was in the 70s.

The area of high-pressure has finally fully broken down and with the last sub-low-pressure area located to its east it helped to carry it on a good wobble east because of the micro scale rendition on the Fujiwhara Effect. Which I observed this actually multiple times with this storm, explained a lot of the sudd...

lets see

By: George1938, 5:04 PM GMT on August 25, 2014

These are some notes I took around twelve the part of the Fujiwhara Effect (a comparison) is on a micro scale and slightly different and I am very uncertain on that.

-TILT TO NORTHWEST IN OVAL SHAPE
-CONSOLIDATION STARTING WITH A PULL OF CONVECTION FROM THE SOUTH STARTING UP THE EASTERN SIDE(intensification of 5-10mph likely within 5-10hrs)
-SHOULD START MOVEMENT NORTH BY NORTHWEST WITHIN 3HRS LASTING 3-9HRS AFTER
-THE FRONT TO THE NORTH ...

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My name is George Abagis, about to start school online but I have a huge compilation of research and thoughts I would like to share.