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The National Hurricane Center is monitoring two tropical waves, including one in the central Caribbean sea. A strong tropical wave in the ...
A small, non-tropical area of low pressure has formed in the central Gulf of Mexico about 250 miles south of Pensacola, Fla., the National ...

The National Hurricane Center is closely monitoring an area of disturbed ... Tampa, FL -- Meteorologists at the National Hurricane Center are ...
(Image via National Hurricane Center). Hurricane forecasters on Wednesday morning (July 26) were tracking a tropical wave that they say has ...
As Tropical Storm Don churns just to the east-southeast of Grenada, showers and thunderstorms remain limited in association with a low ...

First, forecasters at the National Hurricane Center are watching a cluster of clouds and storms in the far eastern Atlantic that has a slight chance ...
The Atlantic disturbance that was Tropical Depression Four has degenerated into a tropical wave, the National Hurricane Center reported ...
(Image courtesy of the National Hurricane Center). This image depicts the five-day outlook for a tropical wave that has a 20-percent chance of ...
There are two areas being watched by the National Hurricane Center on Sunday afternoon. One is in the Gulf of Mexico, and the other in the ...
But according to the National Weather Service office in Albany, the only storm systems that officially get named are hurricanes, and that is done through the National Hurricane Center. The Weather Channel names between 22 and 26 winter storms each year.
But according to the National Weather Service office in Albany, the only storm systems that officially get named are hurricanes, and that is done through the National Hurricane Center. The Weather Channel names between 22 and 26 winter storms each year.
But according to the National Weather Service office in Albany, the only storm systems that officially get named are hurricanes, and that is done through the National Hurricane Center. The Weather Channel names between 22 and 26 winter storms each year.
When I was an intern at the National Hurricane Center in Miami ages ago, I had to train at the Miami Airport with the official observers on how they did their job.
But as National Hurricane Center forecaster Eric Blake notes in his Tweet below, the South Florida's cold air has come a long way.
Meteorologist Kait Parker details some improvements the National Hurricane Center has made to its forecasting this year. Hurricane Forecasts are About to Change.
Cleveland, Ohio -- We all know the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, which includes the National Weather Service and the National Hurricane Center, take it upon themselves to name hurricanes. This is a tool to decipher between different ...

The National Hurricane Center of the NOAA explains that "the use of short, distinctive names in written as well as spoken communications is quicker and less subject to error than the older, more cumbersome latitude-longitude identification methods ...
If a hurricane were human, a 500-pound bomb - or even a 10-megaton nuclear device, for that matter - probably wouldn't even tickle it, according to Chris Landsea (yes, that's his real name), a meteorologist with the National Hurricane Center at ...
MARCH 14th, 2017 -- The National Hurricane Center is set to release new products and features for the upcoming hurricane season.
According to the National Hurricane Center, using distinctive names in to identify hurricanes is faster and less subject to error than the older latitude-longitude identification methods of naming the storms.
When the Atlantic and Pacific Hurricane seasons officially begin this spring, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have revealed new or recent changes to their National Hurricane Center products that will provide more accurate and ...
Update on National Hurricane Center Products and Services for 2017. Here's a link to a PDF from NOAA NHC showing what has changed for the upcoming hurricane center, along with new (operational) Storm Surge watches and warnings.
The National Weather Service and National Hurricane Center are hosting an open house March 18 for the public to see how forecasts are made and meet the meteorologists who make them.
Staff at the National Hurricane Center in Miami, which issues hurricane watches and warnings, are pushing back against a plan to implement changes scheduled for May after simulations revealed the new version would make hurricane track forecasts less ...
The National Hurricane Center unveiled a new look for its "cone of uncertainty" that it hopes will give people more information about a storm's potential path of destruction.
Beginning this (2017) hurricane season, the National Hurricane Center and the National Weather Service will make some changes to the graphics we see, and offer some new ones.
Meteorologist Kait Parker details some improvements the National Hurricane Center has made to its forecasting this year. Improvements to Hurricane Forecasting.
Update on National Hurricane Center Products and Services for 2017. Here's a link to a PDF from NOAA NHC showing what has changed for the upcoming hurricane center, along with new (operational) Storm Surge watches and warnings.
Kay's weather and radio hobbies converged in 1965, when he became one of the original members of the Hurricane Watch Net, a group of ham operators who provide communications support to the National Hurricane Center. [PATTI BLAKE/THE NEWS ...
For the 2017 hurricane season, residents can expect more useful storm information, including crucial storm surge watches and warnings, the National Hurricane Center said. Also planned, graphics forecasting the time of arrival of tropical storm force ...
It enabled the National Weather Service's National Hurricane Center to give more advance warning to emergency managers in the middle Atlantic states.
With the aid of the NOAA Hurricane Hunters squadron, National Hurricane Center meteorologists accurately predicted the landfall of Hurricane Katrina in 2005 three days out, Silah said.
In the early 1960's, the National Hurricane Center began a series of experiments in seeding of hurricanes to reduce their intensity.
In the early 1960's, the National Hurricane Center began a series of experiments in seeding of hurricanes to reduce their intensity.
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After training at the National Hurricane Center, Kier served as South Carolina's Hurricane Program manager during the 2014, 2015 and 2016 Hurricane Seasons.
The National Hurricane Center even announced that the force winds led by the hurricane extended to 820 miles being the widest as well as the fact that the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration indicated that the storm's wave destruction ...
James Franklin, chief of the National Hurricane Center's hurricane specialist unit, said in December that the error rates for intensity were basically flat between 1990 and 2010.
The storm began on August 3 in Southeast Florida. But the National Hurricane Center in Miami decided it was not tropical enough to name, and watch, and go through the typical weather-channel storm routines that anyone from the area is all too familiar ...
ORANGE PARK, Fla. - The National Hurricane Center met with emergency leaders in Clay County for a post-hurricane Matthew forum.
The storm had maximum sustained winds of 40 mph and was centered about 330 miles south of Halifax, Nova Scotia, shortly after 8 a.m.
Barbara's wind speeds hit 75 mph, as its center swirled just about 20 miles off the coast, the U.S. National Hurricane Center in Miami said. It was moving north-northeast toward land at about 10 mph, toward a sparsely populated stretch of coast ...
The National Hurricane Center debunked this popular emergency prep myth; it's a waste of time and can actually create larger, deadlier shards of glass.
This USGS Coastal Change Forecast model uses the National Hurricane Center's storm surge predictions and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration wave forecast models as input.
Matt Drudge, editor of the far-right Drudge Report, on twitter accused the National Hurricane Center of exaggerating hurricane Matthew's intensity, even as it killed more than 1,000 people in Haiti.
One of the most significant facts we learned was the National Hurricane Center's forecast of Hurricane Joaquin was one of the worst in history and weather data sent to the vessel was inaccurate.
Matt Drudge, editor of the far-right Drudge Report, on twitter accused the National Hurricane Center of exaggerating hurricane Matthew's intensity, even as it killed more than 1,000 people in Haiti.
Late last year, when hurricane Matthew tore across the State of Florida, multiple NOAA websites including the National Hurricane Center and the NOAA's own homepage became inaccessible to the public, although the Weather Service referred to this failure ...
Late last year, when hurricane Matthew tore across the State of Florida, multiple NOAA websites including the National Hurricane Center and the NOAA's own homepage became inaccessible to the public, although the Weather Service referred to this failure ...


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