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EXTREMELY DANGEROUS CATEGORY 4 MICHAEL INTENSIFYING

Posted by feww on October 10, 2018

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LIFE-THREATENING STORM SURGE, HURRICANE FORCE WINDS AND HEAVY RAINFALL EXPECTED ALONG THE NE GULF COAST  –NHC

MICHAEL is currently a Cat. 4Ag hurricane on FEWW New Hurricane Scale

SUMMARY OF STATUS AS OF 04:00 AM CDT (09:00 UTC) –NHC
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LOCATION: 28.3N, 86.5W
ABOUT 140 MI (225 KM) SSW OF PANAMA CITY FLORIDA
ABOUT 130 MI (215KM) SSW OF APALACHICOLA
MOVEMENT: N OR 360 DEGREES AT 13 MPH (20 KM/H)
MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS: 140 MPH (220 KM/H)
MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE: 943 MB (27.85 INCHES)

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HURRICANE MICHAEL CONTINUES TO STRENGTHEN – Update #3

Posted by feww on October 10, 2018

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LIFE-THREATENING STORM SURGE, HURRICANE FORCE WINDS, AND HEAVY RAINFALL EXPECTED ALONG THE NORTHEASTERN GULF COAST –NHC

MICHAEL is currently a cat. 3Cg hurricane on FEWW New Hurricane Scale

SUMMARY OF STATUS AS OF 10:00 PM CDT (03:00 UTC)- NHC
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LOCATION: 27.1N 86.5W
ABOUT 220 MI (355 KM) SSW OF PANAMA CITY FLORIDA
ABOUT 200 MI (325 KM) SSW OF APALACHICOLA
MOVEMENT: N  OR 355 DEGREES AT 12 MPH (19 KM/H)
MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS: 125 MPH (205 KM/H)
MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE: 947 MB (27.97 INCHES)

 

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Deadly Flooding, Tornado Cause Widespread Damage in Louisiana

Posted by feww on May 30, 2014

EXTREME WEATHER & CLIMATIC EVENTS
EXTREME RAIN EVENTS
DESTRUCTIVE STORMS
TORNADOES
DEADLY FLOODING
SCENARIOS 088, 066, 023
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Severe thunderstorms, heavy rains,  EF-1 tornado cause widespread damage in Louisiana

The tornado targeted Marathon Petroleum Corp. refinery, damaging a cooling tower and shutting down the unit.

Floodwaters have inundated hundreds of homes and businesses across the state, and Gov. Jindal could issue a State of Emergency soon.

Heavy rains and the threat for flash flooding will continue along the central Gulf Coast, NWS forecast.

“Heavy rain will continue on Friday across parts of the southeastern U.S. The heaviest rain will be along the central Gulf Coast, where there is a risk of flash flooding. Strong thunderstorms are possible for the northern Plains Friday and Saturday. Showers and thunderstorms are also possible across the Carolinas and New England”

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Tropical Storm KAREN Forms Over The Southeastern Gulf Of Mexico

Posted by feww on October 3, 2013

Hurricane and Tropical Storm Watches Issued for the Northern Gulf Coast: NHC

The 11th named storm of the 2013 Atlantic hurricane season was formed over the southwestern Gulf of Mexico, said National Hurricane Center (NHC).

Tropical Storm KAREN as of 8:00 AM CDT Thursday October 3, 2013

  • Location: 22.0°N, 87.6°W
  • Movement: NNW at 13 mph
  • Min pressure: 1004 mb
  • Max sustained winds: 60 mph
  • Source: NHC

KAREN is forecast to reach hurricane strength on Friday.

  • Hurricane watch:
    • From: GRAND-ISLE-LA  (29.25N, 89.96W)
      To: INDIAN-PASS-FL  (29.68N, 85.27W)
  • Tropical storm watch
    • From: MORGAN-CITY-LA  (29.48N, 91.29W)
      To: GRAND-ISLE-LA  (29.25N, 89.96W)
  • Tropical storm watch
    • Metro New Orleans, Lake Maurepas and Lake Pontchartrain-LA

KAREN - 120 hrs
Tropical Storm Force Wind Speed Probabilities – 120 Hours

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Tropical Storm KAREN. GOES-EAST Satellite. AVN Color Enhancement – Oct 3, 2013 @ 13:45UTC.

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