FULL ARCHIVES: [HERE]
-65 Million in the Hurricane's path [read]
-TRACKING MAP [Here]
-Raleigh, spared direct-hit [View]As requested by the National Hurricane Center, the GOES-13 satellite remained in Rapid Scan Operations (RSO) mode, providing images as frequently as every 5-10 minutes..... From Wisconsin.edu blogImage (l) Irene strengthens over So. Bahamas
Image (r) Eye forms at 00:48 UTC; 23 August
Images: (l) and (r) [Cycloneblog at cimss.ssec.wisc]
NOTE: CIMSS TC Intensity & Structure Prod [Here]
(Along with Google Earth KML data for the CIMSS TC)-Earlier This Morning: Fri, Aug 26, 2011 [2:00 AM EDT]Today's Links...
Major Hurricane: - Category 3
Wind Speed: 115 mph; Pressure 942 mb
Latitude: 28.7° N -- Longitude 77.3° W
Irene conjures memories of 'great' storm of 1938: [Read]
That's ODD.. Even our economy looks 1938...
Will post, as soon as site is up... I do have a few earlier posts; created (off-line) and will post them (below) in the morning...