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Heavy rainfall found in Tropical Storm Lorenzo by NASA
NASA calculated the rainfall rates in the Atlantic Ocean's newest tropical cyclone, Lorenzo. (2019-09-23)

Hurricane Katrina's effects on children: Resilience and gender
Two studies examining stress in children affected by Hurricane Katrina found that stress responses were influenced by various factors. The first study, of 400 mostly white students, found that while many children were stress-resistant and lacked psychological problems three years after the hurricane, more than 25 percent of the children still had significant trauma symptoms after three years. The second study, looking at 60 mostly African-American teens, found distinct patterns of stress responses based on gender. (2010-07-15)

NASA sees Tropical Storm Gabrielle resurrected in the Atlantic, Global Hawk to investigate
NASA's Aqua satellite passed over the resurrected Tropical Storm Gabrielle in the Atlantic Ocean today, Sept. 10, 2013, and captured infrared data. (2013-09-10)

Lekima becomes supertyphoon, heading towards Eastern China
NASA's Aqua satellite captured this infrared image of Supertyphoon Lekima as it tracked 214 nautical miles southwest of Okinawa, Japan.  Tropical cyclone warning signal No. 1 is in force for the Luzon provinces of Batanes and Babuyan group of islands.  The storm has tracked north-northwest at 10 knots over the past six hours. (2019-08-08)

NASA sees remnants of Hurricane Manuel soaking northern Mexico, Texas
Two NASA satellites observed Hurricane Manuel as it made landfall in northwestern Mexico and brought rainfall into southwestern Texas. (2013-09-20)

Bermuda in warnings as the GOES-13 Satellite catches Fiona approaching
Bermuda has warnings up as Tropical Storm Fiona approaches, and GOES-13 satellite imagery from today shows that Fiona, although packing a punch, is a much smaller system that her brother, the Category 4 Hurricane Earl. (2010-09-02)

NASA's fleet of satellites covering powerful Hurricane Irma
NASA's fleet of satellites have been continually providing forecasters with data on Hurricane Irma. NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP satellite provided a look at the wide-eye of Irma and if you think about the area of maximum sustained winds around the eye, it's similar to a wide F2 tornado. (2017-09-08)

NASA animation shows birth of 13th Atlantic tropical depression
The thirteenth tropical depression of the Atlantic Ocean season formed today, Oct. 21 and NOAA's GOES-East satellite captured its development. (2013-10-21)

NASA eyes Tropical Storm Rafael battering the Leeward Islands
While the Leeward Islands continue to get battered by Tropical Storm Rafael, a Tropical Storm Watch is posted for Bermuda as Rafael continues to move through the eastern Atlantic Ocean. NASA's Aqua satellite passed over Rafael on Oct. 14 and noticed the bulk of showers and thunderstorms were being pushed north and east of the storm's center. (2012-10-15)

NASA find Herold a fading ex-tropical cyclone
Former Tropical Cyclone Herold is now a fading area of low-pressure in the Southern Indian Ocean and NASA's Aqua satellite provided forecasters with a visible image. (2020-03-20)

Commerce's NIST coordinates study of structural damage from Gulf hurricanes
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has deployed the first of three teams of technical experts under a multiorganizational partnership to perform assessments of physical structures damaged by Hurricanes Katrina and Rita along the Gulf Coast. The partnership -- coordinated by NIST and made up of 26 engineers from 16 separate private-sector, academic and federal organizations -- will document data on damage to structures due to wind, wind-borne debris, storm surge, surge-borne debris and flooding. (2005-10-14)

NASA sees warmer cloud tops in infrared imagery of Tropical Storm Eugene
Warmer cloud top temperatures mean that cloud heights in a tropical cyclone are dropping and the storm doesn't have as much power to push them higher in the atmosphere. That's what NASA infrared satellite imagery has revealed about Tropical Storm Eugene this morning. (2011-08-05)

Fred fades with a satellite exclamation point
NASA's Aqua satellite flew over the remnants of Fred, Sept. 13, and captured an infrared and visible image of the storm's clouds from the atmospheric infrared sounder instrument. Both AIRS images showed Fred's clouds stretched from northeast to southwest and resembled a tilted exclamation mark. (2009-09-14)

Henri born in Eastern Atlantic ... could be short-lived
Forecasters were watching a storm they designated as 91 yesterday, Oct. 6, until it organized into a tropical cyclone east of the Leeward Islands around 5 p.m. EDT. It was then named Tropical Storm Henri, the eighth named tropical cyclone of the Atlantic hurricane season. (2009-10-07)

GOES-West Satellite shows shear in Tropical Depression 15E
NOAA's GOES-West satellite revealed that vertical wind shear is affecting Tropical Depression 15E in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. (2017-09-14)

High-Altitude Hurricane Study Could Save Lives And Money
With an aim to better understand and improve ground-based predictions of hurricanes, two specially equipped NASA aircraft soon will take to the skies -- collecting high- altitude information about Atlantic hurricanes and tropical storms. (1998-08-12)

NASA found heavy rainfall in Hurricane Eugene
When Hurricane Eugene was nearing its peak, NASA analyzed the storm's heavy rainfall over the open waters of the Eastern Pacific Ocean. That rainfall has lessened as Eugene has weakened to a tropical storm on July 11. (2017-07-11)

FSU scientists use unique model to predict active 2010 hurricane season
Florida State University scientists who have developed a unique computer model with a knack for predicting hurricanes with unprecedented accuracy are forecasting an unusually active season this year. (2010-06-01)

NASA sees heavy rainfall occurring in strengthening Tropical Storm Mario
When the Global Precipitation Measurement mission or GPM core satellite passed over the Eastern Pacific Ocean, it flew over the eastern side of Tropical Storm Mario and measured rainfall. (2019-09-18)

NASA's Global Hawk and satellites see tropical storm Nadine turning around
Tropical Storm Nadine is turning around in two ways. When NASA's Global Hawk flew over the storm it learned that the storm was not transitioning into an extra-tropical storm. Now, NASA satellites see that Nadine is physically turning its direction, and heading back to the west-northwest and away from land. (2012-09-24)

Tropical Storm Karina: Status quo on infrared satellite imagery
Since Tropical Storm Karina weakened from hurricane status, and since then, NASA satellite data has shown that the storm has been pretty consistent with strength and thunderstorm development. (2014-08-18)

NASA analyzes rainfall rates in strengthening tropical storm Jerry
NASA has the unique capability of peering under the clouds in storms and measuring the rate in which rain is falling. Global Precipitation Measurement mission or GPM core satellite passed over Tropical Storm Jerry from its orbit in space and measured rainfall rates throughout the storm. (2019-09-19)

NASA sees 14th Eastern Pacific Tropical Depression form
Tropical Depression 14E formed far from land and poses no threat to land areas. On Aug. 14, NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP satellite flew over developing Tropical Depression 14E in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. (2018-08-15)

Louisiana Tech receives award for hurricane-relief efforts
Louisiana Tech received has national recognition for its relief efforts following last year's hurricanes Katrina and Rita that devastated the Gulf Coast. (2006-11-06)

NASA-NOAA satellite catches Hurricane Nana making landfall under cover of night
NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP satellite provided a nighttime look at Hurricane Nana just after it began making landfall in Belize. (2020-09-03)

Houston's urban sprawl increased rainfall, flooding during Hurricane Harvey
Princeton and University of Iowa researchers found that Houston's urban landscape directly contributed to the torrential rainfall and deadly flooding of Hurricane Harvey in 2017. They report in the journal Nature that Houston's risk for extreme flooding was 21 times greater due to urbanization. The results highlight the human role in extreme weather events and the need to consider urban and suburban development when calculating hurricane risk. (2018-11-14)

Hurricane can form new eyewall and change intensity rapidly
Data collected in 2005 from Hurricane Rita is providing the first documented evidence that rapid intensity changes can be caused by clouds outside the wall of a hurricane's eye coming together to form a new eyewall. (2007-03-01)

Suomi NPP satellite finds a weaker typhoon Hagibis nearing Japan
On Oct. 10, Hagibis was a super typhoon, but overnight, the storm weakened to typhoon status. NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP satellite provided a visible image of the large storm that stretched along most of the big islands of Japan. (2019-10-11)

Tropical Storm Arlene moves inland over Mexico: A GOES-13 satellite movie view
Tropical Storm Arlene made landfall early today and is making its way through northeastern Mexico today as the GOES-13 satellite continues to track its movement. A movie from today's GOES satellite data shows Arlene making that landfall and moving inland. (2011-06-30)

Scientists derive bottom-up air-sea momentum transfer under major hurricane
Scientists have directly derived the air-sea momentum exchange at the ocean interface using observed ocean currents under Hurricane Ivan and determined that it decreases when winds exceed 32 meters per second. This is the first time that momentum exchange at the air-sea interface has been directly calculated from ocean current observations under extreme winds generated by a major tropical cyclone. (2007-03-28)

NASA analyzes Tropical Storm Nate
NASA's Aqua satellite and NOAA's GOES East satellite provided imagery of Tropical Storm Nate affecting Nicaragua and extending into the Caribbean Sea. (2017-10-06)

NASA sees a somewhat shapeless Tropical Storm Ida
Tropical Storm Ida has been dealing with wind shear and appeared somewhat shapeless on imagery from NASA's Aqua satellite on Sept. 23. (2015-09-24)

NASA finds Tropical Storm Rene less affected by wind shear
NASA's Terra satellite obtained visible imagery of Tropical Storm Rene is it continued moving north though the central North Atlantic Ocean. Rene appeared more organized on satellite imagery as wind shear eased. (2020-09-10)

NJIT professor tells architects building practices to withstand hurricanes
Rima Taher, an expert in the design of low-rise buildings for extreme winds and hurricane, hopes her phone won't ring much this hurricane season. It's already been busy with requests for information about best building design and construction practices to reduce wind pressures on building surfaces. (2010-06-07)

NASA sees Hurricane Olivia moving toward Hawaii
NASA's Terra satellite provided an inside look at Hurricane Olivia as it continued to track toward Hawaii. Watches and Warnings remain in effect as Olivia nears. (2018-09-11)

Intensifying Tropical Depression 9 checked by NASA
Heavy rainfall is a big part of Tropical Depression 9, which is strengthening in the Gulf of Mexico. The Global Precipitation Measurement mission, or GPM, core satellite passed over the gulf in space and measured that rate of rainfall. (2016-08-31)

Research re-examines strong hurricane studies
Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology have released a new study that strengthens the link between the increase in hurricane intensity and the increase in tropical sea surface temperature. It found that while factors such as wind shear do affect the intensity of individual storms or storm seasons, they don't account for the global 35-year increase in the number of the most intense hurricanes. (2006-03-16)

NASA sees Tropical Storm Raymond fading fast
Satellite data showed some recent convective activity within Tropical Storm Raymond on Oct. 28 but southwesterly wind shear and cooler ocean temperatures are predicted by the National Hurricane Center to weaken the tropical storm to a remnant low on Wednesday Oct. 30, 2013. (2013-10-29)

Major disasters tax surgical staff but may reduce costs for routine operations
New research published in the September issue of the Journal of the American College of Surgeons offers important insights into the long-term impact of a major disaster on routine surgical services in a hospital. In the study, researchers at Ochsner Health System, New Orleans, La., showed that although Hurricane Katrina resulted in a significant loss of surgical staff and an increase in the number of uninsured patients undergoing operations, greater cost efficiencies were achieved. (2009-09-24)

NASA watches Tropical Storm Florence develop and weaken
The sixth tropical storm of the Atlantic Ocean hurricane season formed over the past weekend, and NASA kept an on its progression. Tropical Storm Florence was born in the eastern Atlantic and weakened when it interacted with dry air. (2012-08-06)

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