By: Felix2007, 10:43 PM GMT on September 02, 2010
Hey! It's been a whole year since I updated, wow. I forgot about this site for a long time, sorry. :(Anyways this year WAS pathetic until late August and now we got 4 more storms in 2 weeks!Summary of what happened to so far -Alex : Category 2 that made landfall in north Mexico near the Mexican/Texas border. Moderate damage.Bonnie : Weak storm with max winds of 40 mph. Made landfall in north Florida. Hardly any damageColin : Weak storm with max winds of 60 mph. No l...
Updated: 10:48 PM GMT on September 02, 2010
By: Felix2007, 10:06 PM GMT on August 24, 2009
Tropical storm Ana formed August 14 2009. It was a weak storm that did no damage.Tropical storm Claudette formed August 15 2009. It made landfall in the Florida panhandle with winds of 50MPH. Minimal damage.Hurricane Bill formed August 14 and made it to CATEGORY 4 status. It was supposed to directly come to NYC/NJ, but made a near miss. The most NYC/NJ got was really big waves and extreme outer bands.As of right now, nothing in the Atlantic.
By: Felix2007, 11:36 PM GMT on June 21, 2009
The Atlantic is very quiet right now. There are weak tropical waves that cannot develop due to very strong wind shear of around 40kt.However, the Eastern Pacific is a different story...We have Tropical Depression 2E, which is forecasted to become a strong tropical storm before running along the Mexican coast, then weakening and heading out to sea, which the models are agreeing with.For some reason, I can't post a picture of TD#2e on here... weird.Sorry guys.
By: Felix2007, 1:51 PM GMT on June 13, 2009
ITS BEEN WAY TOO LONG SINCE I LAST POSTED, SO HERE WE GO AGAIN!I missed all the important storms like Gustav and Ike in my blog! Oh well, there is always this year... IF a good hurricane forms.Hurricane season has started, and so far nothing is happening.It almost got an early start with 96L, but that dissipated.
Updated: 1:51 PM GMT on June 13, 2009
By: Felix2007, 11:41 PM GMT on August 19, 2008
Yes, finally, I will post another update on the tropical Atlantic!EduardTropical Storm Eduard, a short-lived strong tropical storm, formed on August 3rd, near the coast of Louisiana. It's maximum sustained winds were 65mph. Two days later, it made landfall around Houston, Texas. It dissipated later that day.FayTropical storm Fay formed on August 16, 2008, near the Lesser Antilles. It made landfall as a strong tropical storm a few hours ago near Key West, Florida. Wh...
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