Category Archives: Hurricane Season Facts

Hurricane Season Facts

2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season Predictions

The 2017 Atlantic Ocean hurricane season could have an above-normal number of hurricanes this year. The Climate Prediction Center at NOAA predicts a 70% likelihood of 5 to 9 hurricanes with 2 to 4 of them being major hurricanes (Category 3, 4 or 5). Strong wind shear reduces the development of the number and strength […]

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Hurricane Hermine (2016) First Florida Landfall Since 2005

Hurricane Hermine made landfall just east of St Marks near Tallahassee Florida on September 2, 2016. Maximum sustained winds were near 80 mph, which would make it a Category 1 Huuricane. Hermine brought devestating winds to the Big Bend of Florida area which resulted in extensive downed trees and power lines causing significant power outages […]

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List of Florida Islands by County

Broward County Hillsboro Island Collier County Airplane Island Albert Island Alpha Key Bear Island Bear Island Beta Key Big Corkscrew Island Big Key Big Morgan Island Brush Island Buttonwood Island Camp Key Camp Lulu Key Cannon Island Cape Romano Island Carr Island Catherine Island Charity Island Charlie Fewl Hammock Chokoloskee Island Cochran Island Coconut Island […]

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Path of Hurricane Arthur 2014

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Path of Tropical Storm Bertha 2014

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Important Math, Chemistry and Physics Equations

Algebra Equations (ax)^y (ax)^z = (ax)^(y+z) = a^(y+z)x^(y+z) Geometry Equations Circumference(circle) = 2pi x radius Volume (rectangular prism) = Length x Width x Height Quadratic Formula (ax^2 + bx + c = 0) -> [-b +- sqrt(b^2 – 4ac)]/2a = x Trigonometry Equations tan(θ) = sin(θ)/cos(θ) csc(θ) = 1/sin(θ) sec(θ) = 1/cos(θ) cot(θ) = 1/tan(θ) […]

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Different Cloud Types and Precipitation

Common Cloud Classifications Clouds are classified into a system that uses Latin words to describe the appearance of clouds as seen by an observer on the ground. cirrus – thin wispy high level clouds stratus – thicker layer of clouds cumulus – vertically developed clouds nimbus – raining clouds Further classification identifies clouds by height […]

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Air Masses, Warm and Cold Fronts

Air Masses An air mass is a large body of air that has relatively uniform temperature and humidity. The regions where air masses form are referred to as air mass source regions. If air remains over a source region long enough, it will acquire the properties of the surface below. Ideal source regions are regions […]

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Hurricane Season Facts Content

Hurricane & Storm Preparedness Hurricane Preparedness mp3 by CDC Hurricane Emergency Preparedness and Response: CDC Miami-Dade County Hurricane Emergency and Evacuation Plan Broward County Hurricane Preparedness Guide and Emergency Shelter Map Atlantic Hurricanes Predictions, History and Information 2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season Predictions Pacific Typhoon and Atlantic Hurricane Names 2014 Category 5 Atlantic Hurricanes List Top […]

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2014 Atlantic Hurricane Season Predictions

Global Weather Oscillations Inc. (GWO), a leading hurricane and climate prediction company with the best predictions record in the last 5 Years and the only organization that was correct in predicting the weak 2013 season, recently issued its hurricane predictions for the 2014 through 2017 Atlantic hurricane seasons. The 2014 Atlantic basin hurricane season will […]

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