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composite hurricane track maps
      #54071 - Wed Sep 07 2005 12:55 PM

Is there a location where I can find hurricane tracking maps which show a composite of the tracks of all the hurricanes for the last 10 years or a yearly composite for each year (for the Atlantic and Gulf region)?

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Re: composite hurricane track maps [Re: rwe]
      #54072 - Wed Sep 07 2005 01:10 PM

Here ya go....

www.sun-sentinel.com/news/custom/sfl-inttrackmap,0,1486873.htmlstory

If you register, you'd probably get lots of useful sites from the pros here (They'd PM them to you)


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Re: composite hurricane track maps [Re: native]
      #54077 - Wed Sep 07 2005 01:44 PM

http://www.solar.ifa.hawaii.edu/Tropical/tropical.html is the best source I've found for yearly track maps. Scroll down "GIF Storm Track Maps (~20kB)" and click the region you want. They have them going back about 10 years.

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Re: composite hurricane track maps [Re: rwe]
      #54109 - Wed Sep 07 2005 05:07 PM

You can find all storms from 1851 forward here:

Several sort options, zoom levels provided.



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Re: composite hurricane track maps [Re: SkeetoBite]
      #54111 - Wed Sep 07 2005 05:11 PM

You don't have the current year, Skeeto

I have to say Skeetobite's site has some of the best maps I've seen overall...but it is limited to Atlantic/Gulf of Mexico systems. Hawaii has all basins worldwide--and that's why I recommended it.

Also, don't miss NOAA's Historical Hurricane Tracks service: http://hurricane.csc.noaa.gov/hurricanes/viewer.html
It is searchable by zip code, for instance.


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Re: composite hurricane track maps [Re: Random Chaos]
      #54116 - Wed Sep 07 2005 05:33 PM

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You don't have the current year, Skeeto

I have to say Skeetobite's site has some of the best maps I've seen overall...but it is limited to Atlantic/Gulf of Mexico systems. Hawaii has all basins worldwide--and that's why I recommended it.

Also, don't miss NOAA's Historical Hurricane Tracks service: http://hurricane.csc.noaa.gov/hurricanes/viewer.html
It is searchable by zip code, for instance.




Current year maps can be found on the home page of our site (lower right) and are combined with the associated NHC discussion. We will be going backwards and creating all of the missing maps very soon.

Once we perfect our system we will be expanding to all basins. It's just easier to audit, test and tweak when we focus on a slow basin like the 2005 Atlantic... ;-)


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