Meteorological images of 2020

Meteorological images of 2020 My 15th annual! So much has changed since I first had the idea to do this in 2006. Advancements in weather technology and the proliferation of social media have made weather geek imagery ever more awesome and ubiquitous. Much harder to keep up with it all, made even more difficult by chronic fatigue […]

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Zeta expected to track toward the U.S. Gulf Coast for a potential landfall in southeast Louisiana.

Hurricane warnings are up for Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, including Cozumel and Cancun, as Tropical Storm Zeta heads northwest across the western Caribbean toward an expected Monday night landfall in Mexico as a category 1 hurricane. Zeta is predicted to move into the Gulf of Mexico on Tuesday morning and make a second landfall in southeastern […]

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Another tropical cyclone could make landfall along the Gulf Coast next week

Tropical Depression No. 28 became Tropical Storm Zeta early Sunday morning, as predicted, making the 2020 Atlantic hurricane season the fastest to get to 27 named storms. The 2005 season got to 27 named storms plus one unnamed storm that wasn’t discovered until post-hurricane season analysis. Even counting that storm, 2005 would’ve reached 27 named storms Nov. 29, […]

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Hurricane Katrina Before and After Aug 29, 2005 We will Never Forget

Hurricane Katrina Before and After Photo Comparisons: Mainland Mississippi The mainland shoreline of Mississippi, located in the right-front quadrant of Hurricane Katrina, experienced one of the greatest storm surges in U.S. history. Most of this coastline stretching from Waveland through Pascagoula suffered extensive damage up to several kilometers inland from the coast. The photo pairs […]

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