Tuesday, September 14, 2004

Tropical Storm Jeanne: Ever wonder...

Ever wonder what the birth of a hurricane looks like on doppler radar?

No...?

Then don't check here.

It's live so if you missed it...Oh well.

Here's the latest output from Storm Carib's - How close is it? - tool.

Results for St.Croix (17.7N, 64.8W):
The eye of the storm is about 67 miles (107 km) away. If the system keeps moving at its current speed of 10 mph and directly towards you, it will take around 6.7 hours (0.3 days) to reach you. Given the current windfield (40 miles from the center), tropical storm winds will be felt in 2.7 hours (0.1 days).
Latest max gust is 49.2 mph at 8:00 pm local (GMT -4).

Feel free to scroll down for more links and updated content on strengthening Tropical Storm Jeanne.

On this dark stormy night I would be remiss if I didn't point you toward some good news and hope via Arthur Chrenkoff's 10th installment of his excellent Good News from Iraq series. With all the spinning from hurricanes and politicians going on it's always a refreshing link-rich read.

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