|By: trHUrrIXC5MMX, 3:57 AM GMT on December 02, 2013||+4|
This is my Christmas Conference Room... join us around the hearth!
December 2013... the last 31 days of the year MMXIII.
Many of us who suffered or who was related to a victim of nature will not forget this year... the year of the superstitious number 13.
My most memorable event of this year has become Typhoon Haiyan... whose death is now closing to 6,000. I can't believe such omnipotence of nature, even though we all witnessed this history in the making for the Philippines and for the world.
Followed by the Chelyabinsk, Russia meteor which killed nearly 1,500 after striking with a speed of 41,000 mph.
What's in schedule for this month:
- First and foremost, the awarding of the winners of my WU creation; the Hurricane Scorecard. As some of you want to know the official results please be here between December 25-31, 2013. I'll have a blog dedicated and praising the winners.
- Secondly, the 2013 Hurricane Season has now officially ended. 13 named storms and 2 hurricanes was the report card this season in the Atlantic. This outcome was very unexpected to the majority of us as we thought such season would follow the footsteps of the 2010, 2011 and 2012. Hurricane Humberto became the strongest storm in the basin.
The Eastern Pacific was busier than forecast; 20 named storms, 9 hurricanes and 1 major hurricane. Note that 2 storms formed in the Central Pacific (Pewa and Unala). Hurricane Raymond became the strongest hurricane in the western hemisphere in 2013 after reaching wind speeds of 125 mph and a pressure of 949 mb. Kiko was upgraded to hurricane intensity in it's TCR.
It's important to remark that the ultimate intensity, duration and timings will be set in the Tropical Cyclone Reports (TCR) issued by the NHC in the upcoming weeks. There could be some minimal but significant changes in the season outcome especially for the Atlantic basin for which the WU bloggers submitted predictions which could be altered.
I'll be wrapping this up from my hometown New York City.
I look forward for 2014. Expect the new 2014 Hurricane Scorecard waiting to be filled up with new predictions, though, there will be some rules in the processing.
Thanks for visiting! Feel free to leave a comment below.
New York City, NY - Atlanta GA Radars
New York City - Atlanta Weather 2013
|Updated: 3:57 AM GMT on December 02, 2013||Permalink | A A A|
|By: trHUrrIXC5MMX, 6:30 PM GMT on November 28, 2013||+3|
I wish a great Thanksgiving to all wunderground bloggers 'circum mundum' who have come to share with others their experiences about the wonderful and never ending world of weather. Happy Thanksgiving
Today is the day in which we all gather at the table to dine as a big family, to talk to each other, to be friendly. Share love with kindness tonight! Enjoy the turkey.
Unfortunately there are thousands of poor and hungry people around the c...
|Updated: 4:42 AM GMT on November 29, 2013||Permalink | A A A|
|By: trHUrrIXC5MMX, 4:07 AM GMT on November 23, 2013||+5|
A NOVEMBER TO REMEMBER
Possible coastal low to disrupt the Thanksgiving Holiday weekend?
Update: 9:10 PM EST Nov 25
Now snow expected along littoral areas at all now. Just rain. Big rain accumulating from 3 to 5" with strong winds gusting up to 60 mph.
Localize flooding expected
Interior places could get a foot of snow. Upstate New York and northern New England should be looking for 6" to 15" of hea...
|Updated: 11:20 PM GMT on November 27, 2013||Permalink | A A A|
|By: trHUrrIXC5MMX, 7:07 AM GMT on November 15, 2013||+4|
11/21 10:20 pm Update
Wintry weather across the central States
My new winter weather graphic
8:50 pm ET update
SEVERE THUNDERSTORMS SUNDAY
The Ohio River Valley will be up for the biggest storms... damaging storms packing squalls, hail, gusty winds, loud thunder and perhaps the unexpected dangerous tornadoes.
My long-not-seen tornado map...
Cyclone Sidr, one...
|Updated: 3:20 AM GMT on November 22, 2013||Permalink | A A A|
|By: trHUrrIXC5MMX, 11:56 PM GMT on November 12, 2013||+3|
MAJOR COLD AND WINDY WEATHER IN THE NEXT 48 HOURS
South-wide Artic blast. Prepare for dangerously low temperatures anywhere from Texas to Georgia
A 1,200 mile stretch for freeze warnings all across the southern states. Some which get very close to the coast in the central Gulf states.
Please protect your children, pets, all kinds of plants subject to damage, vegetation and yourself.
The big issue with this cold is go...
|Updated: 12:08 AM GMT on November 14, 2013||Permalink | A A A|
Hello everyone, Im Max. I do all of these fancy weather graphics... Just like you I have a passion for weather :)
- Dr. Jeff Masters' WunderBlog
- Angela Fritz's WunderBlog
- Bryan Norcross' Official Blog
- Stu Ostro's Meteorology Blog
- LRandyB's Tropical Weather Discussion
- Portlight Disaster Relief Blog
Tropical Weather Stickers®
Previous Entries for 2013
- NOAA National Weather Service
- NOAA National Hurricane Center
- NOAA SIS satellite Floaters
- My NWS winter page
- TWC online
- Pcolas's show
- wxchaser97's blog
- Weather blog of Astro
- WU Tropical home site
- Exp TC genesis Potential Fields
- ATCF Index
- Tropical Atlantic
- TC Guidance Project
- Who does NHC advisories?, sound familiar?
- Southern Illinois blog
- Baltimore Brian Climate blog
- Hurricane Dean blog
- Weather blog of Bluestorm5
- Doppler22 blog
- FINAL Hurricane scorecard
- Rob's The Ark
- Main blog 2416 featuring Max scorecard.
- Hurricane Strike potential
- Hawaii's Civicane49
- TWC 2013-2014 Winter Storm names
Personal Weather Stations
|Dew Point:||37.8 °F|
|Wind:||4.0 mph from the SW|
|Wind Gust:||8.0 mph|
Updated: 1:24 PM EST on December 04, 2013
Park Slope, Brooklyn, NY 11215
|Dew Point:||39.7 °F|
|Wind:||5.8 mph from the SE|
|Wind Gust:||5.8 mph|
Updated: 1:24 PM EST on December 04, 2013
|Dew Point:||64.8 °F|
|Wind Gust:||4.0 mph|
Updated: 1:20 PM EST on December 04, 2013