Current Storm Spotlight 1999 (CFHC)

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Tropical Depression Six

Public Storm Advisory
TD#6 B C D E F G H I
Governmental Storm Discussion
TD#6 B C D E F G H I
Strike Probabilities
TD#6 B C D E F G H I
Marine Advisory/Forecast
TD#6 B C D E F G H I

The letters B C D and so on stand for alternate information sites, in case one is inoperative during a internet swamping for storm info you can try another. These advisories come from the National Hurricane center: Usually they are updated at 5AM, 11AM, 5PM and 11PM eastern. When land areas are under a hurricane watch, it is updated every 3 hours.

Current Public Advisory and Discussions:

All Coordinate Listings for TD#6 (to date--CFHC) - (Alternate Site from FSU)

CFHC Tracking Map
Alternate Tracking Map
Alternate Tracking map 1 from Weather Underground Climo/Historical Comparision Tracking map of Six from Weather Underground
IR Satellite Image of Six map from Weather Underground Alternate Tracking map 2

Atlantic (Caribbean) Satellite photo

NHC/TPC (Official) Graphics for TD#6:


Watches and Warnings for TD#6

Strike Probabilities:

Storm Strike Probabilities for TD#6

Wind Distribution:

Cumulative Wind Distribution for TD#6

From Gary Gray/Millenium Weather (NOT PART OF CFHC): Experimental Graphic output from Trantech Model -- NOT AN OFFICIAL FORECAST MAP!
Other Trantech Maps:
Strike Probability Graphic (strike probs automated from TRANTECH) 
Watch/Warning Graphic (Watches/Warnings TRANTECH generated) 
Max Forecast Wind Estimate (TRANTECH wind forecast estimate) 
Intensity/Storm Surge Forecast (Surge & intensity forecast from TRANTECH) 
The only official forecast is the RED NHC forecast, all others are unofficial and experimental analog (or historical/climatological) models. The red NHC is the official forecast from the Hurricane center at the time the map was created, all others are different experimental forecast models. Do not use this to make life or death decisions, it is only for experimentation. It is no substitute for local authorities and official weather from the National Weather Service. The further away in time the forecast the more the margin of error grows, so whatever you do, don't take this map as the final word. Note: This map is usually updated only once per day (in the evenings). Please click on the link to millennium weather for more information on this model and track

TranTech Model Discussion from Gary Gray:

The Weather Channel Tropical Update Page
WSC Intellicast Tropical Weather Page
Local Hurricane Statements For:
Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Lousiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia
Associated Press Hurricane Reports from Lowe's/PBP Storm 99 page
Other Unofficial Discussions from Meterologists:

Past Storm Coordinate Pairs:

TD#2  Alberto TD#4 Beryl Chris Debby Ernesto TD#9

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