Tracking and plotting the coordinates of the current position and its forecast of hurricanes is fun but sometimes confusing. Unit conversions, advisories headers of the National Hurricane Center, hurricane names for the next year, definitions, and a lot of little facts can be found in this practical guide.
Tracks hurricane and tropical storm activity for the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. In English and Spanish.
Tracks hurricanes using Google Earth.
Updated 24 hours a day with the latest hurricane coordinates and data. Includes an interactive tracking map, satellite images, analysis and news.
Up to date tracking of tropical storms in the Atlantic, The Bahamas, the Caribbean, and Gulf of Mexico. Also, webcams when available, Internet radio nearest the projected strike zone, radar, and emergency management.
A policy statement of the American Meteorological Society, 1993, covering the state of hurricane tracking and forecasting.
Features an interactive map showing cloud cover and up-to-the-minute weather information from satellites, buoys, and radar, plus 150 years of hurricane history.
Find historical hurricane track coordinates as well as current year storm track coordinates as they happen in an easy to read format. Hurricane Tracking Online Since 1997.
Wikipedia article on how forecast tracks are created, the models used in forecasting storms and references to official tropical cyclone information.
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