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NOAA Communications 9h
NOAA analysis determined Hurricane Michael was a Category 5 at landfall last October. Details at
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Josh Morgerman 8h
My whole life I wanted to get a complete, high-quality pressure trace going through the eye of a Cat-5 . Today I found out I did. The NHC has released their official report, & they've posthumously upgraded it to Cat 5—making it only the 4th in American history.
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Robert Rohde Apr 17
Animation showing the estimated track and intensity of every tropical cyclone (i.e. tropical storm, , and ) from 1950 to 2018. Some ocean basins see far more of these storms than others, mostly due to differences in local climate. Data from IBTrACS v04r00.
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Philip Klotzbach Apr 16
0 named storms in any tropical cyclone basin since April 10. The last time that the globe had 0 named storms from April 11-16 was 2012. 0 areas are also currently being monitored by the Joint Typhoon Warning Center for tropical cyclone development in next 24 hours.
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Alice_ch_n3e81 3m
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Beth Carpenter | TDS Weather Apr 16
A look at the current sea surface temperature anomalies shows well above normal warmth in the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic. When looking at this historically, analogs suggest an active season for the southeastern US coastline.
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NC StockGuy Apr 17
Another seasonal forecast for hurricanes. Lots of warm water right up the east coast....
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The Weather Channel 8h
was a Category 5 at landfall, post-storm analysis finds, only the fourth Cat. 5 U.S. landfall on record.
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Josh Morgerman 5h
Wonder what it's like to go through the violent inner core & calm eye of a Category 5 ? Here ya go:
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UF Thompson Earth Systems Institute Apr 18
Learning opportunity! The & are hosting a free webinar on 4/9 @ 10 am EDT for grades 4, 5 and 6 as part of the NOAA Awareness Tour. Students will hear from forecasters & from those who fly into hurricanes! More info:
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Sydnie Smith Apr 17
So obsessed with this song right now.
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Josh Morgerman 13h
Ready for Episode 5 of ? This one's nuts. I abandon my crew of tender British puppies to face alone in North Carolina while I rush to Philippines to hunt a Cat-5 super ! WATCH it 7 pm SUNDAY (21 April) on ! An Easter treat.
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Nash from Nashville 7h
Today, Hurricane was upgraded to a CATEGORY 5 at landfall! The post-storm analysis shows that the cyclone packed 160mph winds as it came ashore near Panama City, Florida! Here's a complete radar hyper lapse of the as it made landfall back in October.
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The Starving Met™ 8h
(1/3) Post-Storm analysis by scientists has revised ''s max sustained winds at landfall to 160MPH. This upgrades 'MICHAEL' to a Cat V, making it the 1st to make landfall on the US Mainland as a Cat V since 'ANDREW' in 1992 and the 4th on record.*
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Lloyd's Market Assoc 14h
The #2019 Atlantic Season is expected to deliver very slightly below long-term average levels of tropical storm activity, according to industry supported researcher Tropical Storm Risk (TSR)
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Cicely 3h
. I need the New Orleans version in my Chicago life!
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DTN Weather Apr 18
Past seasons are still fresh on the minds of many, and the 2019 season will start soon – wondering what can you expect? On May 2, join us for the DTN 2019 Hurricane Outlook. Register here!
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Wilmington NC Apr 17
ICYMI: This is an incredible story & podcast from talking with about response from local emergency response personnel during Florence: "...among, if not the most touching thing I’ve ever witnessed.” Link:
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Brendan Buckley Apr 17
returning to my alma mater The University of Miami this Thurs (4/18) for a drumming masterclass at 11:00 am. (thanks to professor Steven Rucker and Joe Monagle).
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