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You can read the article at http://historynewsnetwork.org/article/164176.
Paper on the formation of the secondary eyewall of Hurricane Edouard published in Monthly Weather Review
You can read the article at http://journals.ametsoc.org/doi/full/10.1175/MWR-D-15-0421.1.
On October 18, 1996, Hurricane Lili slammed into Cuba with over 100 mph (160 km/hr) winds and heavy rains. The storm, during its life cycle, would leave destruction from Central America to the British Isles. Lili formed from a tropical … Continue reading
Read the article at http://crcconnection.com/2016/10/18/hurricane-matthew-leaves-nearly-1-2-mln-in-u-s-southeast.html.
On the morning of October 18, 1906, a severe hurricane swept through the Florida Keys and across south Florida, destroying homes, killing scores of people, and nearly killing a railroad. The storm’s tortuous path began as a disturbance moving … Continue reading
HRD Seminar – Dr. Chris Hennon and Will Clark, University of North Carolina at Asheville – 11 October 2016
Dr. Hennon presented a seminar on “Toward a Global Homogeneous Tropical Cyclone Data Record”. Abstract Any analysis of global tropical cyclone (TC) activity must account for the myriad of interagency differences in determining maximum wind speed. Although the use of … Continue reading
Joe Cione and Frank Marks talk to Scientific American about flying through hurricanes and the data they collect
Read about it at https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/hurricane-matthew-monitors-fly-into-the-belly-of-the-beast/.
You can read the discussion at http://www.jamaicaobserver.com/news/Data-improves-hurricane-forecasts–but-uncertainties-remain——-_76485.
OPERATIONS Sunday, 9 Oct. 2016 G-IV: No flights scheduled. NOAA43: Was scheduled to fly Tail Doppler Radar missions into Matthew with take off times of 0600 UTC (2:00AM) and 1800 UTC (2:00PM). These flights are cancelled. Global Hawk: Is scheduled to land at NASA’s Armstrong Research … Continue reading
Read the article at http://qz.com/803994/a-lightweight-drone-is-investigating-hurricane-matthew-by-flying-into-the-eye-of-the-storm/.