This site is valuable to many of us on the coast. People here expand on the information available from the NHC, etc. Also, without people who enjoy watching the "weather" we wouldn't have meteorologists, etc. I enjoy following these storms but I certainly would never wish any damage on anyone from them. I can tell you this site was very helpful last year when Rita was approaching our area. These storms do serve a valuable person for old planet earth, basically moving heat from the tropics. The storms are interesting to watch for people who are interested in how our planet functions and how weather works. And as much as our technology helps us, we still have so much to learn about these storms. I think humans tend to want to control everything and these storms remind us there are some things we simply can't control. Anyway, I think this is a great site and I've learned a lot from visiting it.
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