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looking for a prediction graph
      #84611 - Mon Sep 08 2008 01:57 PM

hello, this is probably easy for you, but I couldn't find it:

just a graph (no video) with the actual path taken by Ike and the 120-hours
forecasted path as given by the National Hurricane Center

or alternatively the data in computer-readable form, so I can draw my own graph

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Re: looking for a prediction graph [Re: gsgs]
      #84635 - Mon Sep 08 2008 05:21 PM

Try for Ike. Replace the year and storm name for other storms as desired, or access from the main page at

Current Tropical Model Output Plots
(or view them on the main page for any active Atlantic storms!)

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Re: looking for a prediction graph [Re: Clark]
      #84672 - Tue Sep 09 2008 02:25 AM

they have the historical track and the actual forecasts but no historical forecasts

I found this:

they have 32 pictures of the momentary forecasts for 8 time intervals

I want 1 picture with 8 (or fewer) curves containing those 32 datapoints,
so to see how good the predictions were

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