• Hurricane Season 2015

    Posted on August 28th, 2015

    Written by Wayne Brackin

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    Monitoring Tropical Storm Erika

    The only thing certain about this tropical storm is that it exists and we are prepared for it. If we do have tropical storm or Cat 1 weather conditions, it will be a few days from now. The best of weather forecasters, from the National Hurricane Center to Bryan Norcross, cannot make a reliable forecast […]

  • Hurricane Season 2015, Uncategorized

    Posted on August 21st, 2015

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    First Storm of the Season

    Welcome back. Our first hurricane of the 2015 season has emerged. Hurricane Danny has jumped up as a small, unpredictable, but fairly strong (for the moment) Category 2 hurricane. It has been called mini, micro, and a tiny hurricane, but the small size also makes it more difficult than normal to apply the tracking models […]

  • Hurricane Season 2015

    Posted on June 18th, 2015

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    The Hurricane Season is upon us. Again. The six-month countdown to Dec. 1 has begun. Again.

    Tropical Storm Bill made landfall this week in Texas, a small but wet storm, and early in the season for a named storm. So, we are underway. Like last year, experts are predicting a mild and quiet season for tropical storms in the Atlantic, including the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean. You might be […]