Flhurricane.com - Central Florida Hurricane Center : Hurricanes Without the Hype since 1995
2013 Season expected to be a busy one, 2725 days and counting since a Florida Hurricane Landfall.
Check items you wish to have in your report or see below to manually create a page. This has been designed with the purpose for making a print-out with the exact information you'd like to see.
Check what you would like to be included (If a new storm forms you will have to do this again) or see below for manually creating a page. Most of these will refrence outside sources together on one web page. Click on the link to see what an item really is. If you would like something included that isn't listed here, then email us and we'll try to help out. If there are no storms active then checking "Current Active Storms" type checkboxes will not do anything.
If this page isn't quite enough (ie.. you would like more control of the order of which things are displayed) you can manually create a page by using the format:
http://flhurricane.com/cgi-bin/print.cgi followed by a question mark ? and then the code letters and numbers A1 E2 and so on.
Here is an example:
You can have as many or as few items on the page as you wish.
In this example you would get a page with the the following:
All Hurricane Local Statements for Florida = I6
Public Advisory for Storm 1 and 2 (of 5 possible) = A1 A2
Discussion for Storm 1 and 2 (of 5 possible) = B1 B2
Satellite Map of Atlantic = K1
NHC Storm Warning Graphics for Storm 1 and 2 = E1 E2
NHC Strike Probability Graphic for Storm 1 and 2 = F1 F2
Trantech Discussion = H2
Trantech Forecast Track = H1
The order in which you place code matters, as items will show up in that order.
In the above list there are codes with a # mark following them. In these cases you must supply the storm number A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 and so on.
By using this manual method you can create shortcuts and change your layout easily without having to return to this page. If there is a mistake when you create the code list, the computer will let you know.
This program was written by Michael A. Cornelius for CFHC.
Information on the page comes from external sources, all which links are clearly visible.