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Fay (Atlantic Ocean)

NASA used TRMM and other satellite data to calculate rainfall from Atlantic Hurricane Fay.

Gonzalo (Atlantic Ocean)

Gonzalo (Atlantic Ocean)

NASA used TRMM and other satellite data to calculate rainfall from Atlantic Hurricane Gonzalo.

A moment-by-moment account of the largest Atlantic storm system ever recorded examines Hurricane Sandy's exponentially growing threat and devastating aftermath, in a book that follows the actions of the National Hurricane Center, National Weather Service, the crew of the ill-fated ship Bounty, New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and the countless residents who were affected. (Publisher Summary)

Superstorm: Nine Days Inside Hurricane Sandy by Kathryn Miles. In Superstorm, journalist Kathryn Miles takes readers inside the maelstrom, detailing the stories of dedicated professionals at the National Hurricane Center and National Weather Service.

National Hurricane Center: Patricia is weakening, but still dangerous with sustained winds of up to 130 mph

National Hurricane Center: Patricia is weakening, but still dangerous with sustained winds of up to 130 mph

National Hurricane Center issued its best forecasts on record this year 2017 - The Washington Post

National Hurricane Center issued its best forecasts on record this year

During a high-stakes year when numerous intense hurricanes made landfall, the National Hurricane Center nailed track forecasts with unprecedented accuracy.

Fay (Atlantic Ocean)

Fay (Atlantic Ocean)

What's Behind Recent Flurry of Hurricane Activity? The Atlantic hurricane season usually hits its peak of stormy activity in early September, with more storms typically spinning up in that month than any other month of the six-month hurricane season.

The Ship and the Storm. The Loss of the Fantome during Hurricane Mitch.

The ship and the storm : Hurricane Mitch and the loss of the Fantome

TD16E (Eastern Pacific)

TD16E (Eastern Pacific)

NOAA's GOES-West satellite showed the clouds associated with the remnants of being drawn into the massive circulation of nearby Hurricane Odile.

The center of tropical storm fay was near latitude 33.4 north and longitude 63.9 west, just about 85 miles (140 km) north-northeast of Bermuda.  Fay was moving toward the north-northeast near 20 mph (31 kph) and the National Hurricane Center forecasts a turn toward the east-northeast and faster forward movement.  On the forecast track, the center of Fay will continue to move away from Bermuda today. By Monday, Oct. 12, Fay is expected to be absorbed by a cold front.

Fay (Atlantic Ocean)

NASA used TRMM and other satellite data to calculate rainfall from Atlantic Hurricane Fay.

Tropical Storm Ingrid takes aim at Mexico, Texas via @USA TODAY

Tropical Storm Ingrid takes aim at Mexico, Texas

Tropical Storm Ingrid formed in the southern Gulf of Mexico Friday morning, the National Hurricane Center reported.

Spooky Storm Spotted in Pacific Ocean (Photo) by Becky Oskin, Senior Writer   |   October 31, 2014

Spooky Storm Spotted in Pacific Ocean (Photo)

Spooky Storm Spotted in Pacific Ocean (Photo) by Becky Oskin, Senior Writer

Hurricane preparedness week. If you haven't prepped for hurricanes, and you are in the possible hurricane areas, you should take time to do it during May 27 through June 2, 2012

National Hurricane Preparedness Week 2013 runs from May through June states even offer a sales-tax break on hurricane preparedness items!

Five Days at Memorial [e-resource]: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital by Sheri Fink. One of the most compelling stories to emerge from the devastation in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina involved the death of several patients at the city’s Memorial Medical Center, which had lost power during the storm.

Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in a Storm-Ravaged Hospital (Ala Notable Books for Adults) by Sheri Fink

NASA - Hurricane Season 2012: Tropical Storm Ernesto (North Atlantic Ocean)

Tropical Storm Ernesto formed on Aug. 2 after a month-long lull in the 2012 Atlantic hurricane season.

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