My encounter with Earl and returning after more than two years

By: Hurricaneblast, 5:26 PM GMT on September 05, 2010

It's been a long time since I last posted here, I believe it was back in September of 2008 but I've decided to come back after a long hiatus.To sum up the last two years, I've been doing just fine, my life has pulled back together and I've been getting in contact with more and more meteorologists. I'm currently working under the guidance of Dr. Christopher Landsea at the National Hurricane Center on a three-year project related to Atlantic tropical cyclone forecasti...

Barely here

By: Hurricaneblast, 10:30 PM GMT on January 05, 2008

As you can easily tell, I've barely been around recently. I can't keep up with a blog of my own for the time being. I will be on Dr. M's blog every now and then.-Hurricaneblast

Updated: 4:32 PM GMT on September 27, 2008

West Coast SuperStorm 949mb

By: Hurricaneblast, 11:18 PM GMT on December 06, 2007

The west coast of the United States is facing a massive Extratropical Storm. This gigantic and very powerful storm rapidly intensified in the past 24hrs. The pressure dropped from 970mb to 949mb. Its pressure is equivelant to a low-end Category Four Hurricane. Sustained winds are between 70mph and 85mph with gusts well over 140mph. Mountain ridges are expected to receive the brunt of this storm with wind gusts over 200mph. Snowfall rates could reach and astounding 6...

Updated: 6:32 PM GMT on January 04, 2008

STC Daman >135mph 938mb

By: Hurricaneblast, 9:57 PM GMT on November 28, 2007


Updated: 10:31 PM GMT on December 06, 2007

TY Mitag, TS Hagibis, & WPAC TCFA

By: Hurricaneblast, 7:44 PM GMT on November 04, 2007

I'm sorry but I won't be able to make the updates I said I would make over the holiday break. I hope I'll be able to over the winter vacation and that is when I will make use of my other handle, Hurricaneblast2, and keep the information of all (hopfully) of 2008's invests. However, I have been working on editing a printable tracking map of the Western Pacific from Typhoon2000. The map has color on the land which can make color coded tracking hard and the Philippines...

Updated: 9:30 PM GMT on November 25, 2007

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