Cat. 5 Hurricane Rick weakens; Differences between Winter Watches/Warnings-----------

By: Hurricane009, 7:30 PM GMT on October 18, 2009

CATEGORY 5 HURRICANE RICK Last Night, Hurricane Rick became the first East Pacific Category 5 Hurricane in seven years. This previous record was being held by Hurricane Kenna, whose wind speeds reached one hundred and sixty - five miles per hour. Hurricane Rick also became the second strongest hurricane on record in the East Pacific. This record was being held by Hurricane Linda, who had a pressure of nine hundred and two miles per hour, and a maximum wind speed of ...

Updated: 1:36 AM GMT on October 19, 2009

Hurricane Rick becomes Cat. 4; Continued Winter Outlook; Differences between Winte...

By: Hurricane009, 11:49 PM GMT on October 17, 2009

CAT. 4 HURRICANE RICK THREATENS CALIFORNIA/MEXICO AND TEXAS Hurricane Rick, who is now a dangerous Category four hurricane, closes in on California. Maximum sustained winds are currently at one hundred - sixty miles per hour, with gusts near one hundred - ninty miles per hour! As we know, Hurricane Rick wasn't supposed to become a Category four hurricane until Sunday . Rick is currently located around 15N and 104.7W. Due to an intensification period we call Rapid I...

Hurricane Rick; Modified Winter Outlook; Winter watches/warning meanings

By: Hurricane009, 11:20 PM GMT on October 16, 2009

HURRICANE RICK IN THE EASTERN PACIFIC As I explained yesterday, Tropical Depression Twenty - E was expected to become a hurricane, and it did, but sooner then expected. Its current maximum sustained winds are hovering around eighty - five miles per hour, making it a moderately strong category one hurricane. Hurricane Rick is located currently at 13N 100W. Its intensity forecast is pretty clear up to Sunday, when Rick is expected to become a Category four hurrica...

Soon to be Major Hurricane Rick; Revised Winter Outlook for 2009 - 2010

By: Hurricane009, 1:57 AM GMT on October 16, 2009

TROPICAL DEPRESSION TWENTY - E Tropical Depression Twenty - E has formed in the atlantic today. Its current maximum sustained winds are being held at 35 miles per hour, for right now. Now, if you look at the satellite imagery of TD Twenty - E, then you should know it will likely be Tropical Storm Rick at the next update. The storm is currently moving off to the northwest at a forward speed of twelve miles per hour. TD twenty - E is located at around 12N 78W. Now, we...

Updated: 1:58 AM GMT on October 16, 2009


By: Hurricane009, 6:28 PM GMT on October 14, 2009

MY NEXT BLOG WILL BE ISSUED LATER TOMORROW AFTERNOON BETWEEN 5:20 - 8:30 pm...TOPIC: My modified Winter Weather Outlook...Hurricane009

Updated: 11:58 PM GMT on October 14, 2009

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