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NASA satellites feed forecasters information as Bud becomes a hurricane
Bud has now become the first hurricane of the eastern Pacific Hurricane Season, as NASA visible and infrared satellite imagery revealed an organized structure of spiraling thunderstorms around the eye. (2012-05-24)
NASA sees bitter cold cloud tops in newborn Tropical Storm Carlotta
Bitter cold cloud tops tell forecasters that a storm has a lot of uplift, and the colder the cloud tops, the higher they are in the atmosphere, and the stronger the thunderstorms. (2012-06-14)
Public forum at Rice with mayor and county judge marks 6-month Ike anniversary
To mark the six-month anniversary of Hurricane Ike during a free public forum at Rice University March 12, Houston Mayor Bill White and Harris County Judge Ed Emmett will discuss the leadership challenges they had to overcome to guide Houston through the hurricane. (2009-03-05)
NASA Sees Eastern Pacific's Second Tropical Storm Form
On May 21, NASA satellites were monitoring Tropical Depression 02E in the eastern Pacific Ocean, and 24 hours later it strengthened into the second tropical storm of the season. (2012-05-22)
NASA's GPM satellite's find before Hurricane Simon was caught rapidly intensifying
Hurricane Simon appeared to be keeping a secret before it rapidly intensified on Oct. (2014-10-08)
NASA satellites see Eastern Pacific's hurricane Cosme weaken
NASA's Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission or TRMM satellite captured the third named Eastern Pacific tropical cyclone as it grew to hurricane strength. (2013-06-26)
NASA catches system 92W become fifth NW Pacific tropical depression
The low pressure system that has been bringing rainfall to the northwestern Philippines has strengthened into the fifth tropical depression of the Northwest Pacific Ocean's hurricane season. (2011-06-09)
NASA satellite sees Dalila become a hurricane in Eastern Pacific
The tropical storm that has been hugging the southwestern coast of Mexico moved toward open ocean and strengthened into a hurricane on July 2. (2013-07-03)
Recipe for a storm: The ingredients for more powerful Atlantic hurricanes
As the world warms, the interaction between the Atlantic Ocean and atmosphere may be the recipe for stronger, more frequent hurricanes. (2007-11-29)
NASA's Aqua satellite puts 2 eyes on Hurricane Bertha
Two instruments or 'eyes' from NASA's Aqua satellite were peering at Hurricane Bertha in the North Atlantic Ocean shortly after it became the season's second hurricane. (2014-08-05)
NASA sees wind shear affecting Hurricane Ignacio
Hurricane Ignacio is staying far enough away from the Hawaiian Islands to not bring heavy rainfall or gusty winds, but is still causing rough surf. (2015-09-01)
NASA sees Hurricane Celia headed for Central Pacific
The Suomi NPP and Aqua satellites captured visible and infrared data on Hurricane Celia as it continues to head west toward the Central Pacific Ocean. (2016-07-12)
NASA's GPM sees Hurricane Jimena's intense eyewall
NASA's Global Precipitation Measurement or GPM core satellite passed over Hurricane Jimena and saw an intense eyewall with heaviest rainfall occurring in the northern and eastern sides of the storm. (2015-09-02)
Tornado threat increases as Gulf hurricanes get larger
Tornadoes that occur from hurricanes moving inland from the Gulf Coast are increasing in frequency, according to researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology. (2009-09-08)
NASA looks at a strengthening Tropical Storm Darby
Tropical Storm Darby has been increasing in intensity since yesterday and is expected to become a hurricane. (2016-07-13)
Satellite sees 2 tropical cyclones chase Tropical Storm Daniel
A panoramic satellite image shows an active eastern Pacific Ocean with three tropical systems that appear to be chasing each other. (2012-07-10)
NASA infrared imagery shows well-defined eye in Category 5 Celia
Celia has exploded into a monster hurricane in the Eastern Pacific, and is now a Category 5 storm over open waters. (2010-06-25)
NASA looks a hurricane's temperature in the eye
Last year, NASA researchers took the temperature of the eye of Hurricane Erin to determine how a hurricane's warm center fuels the strength of storms. (2002-04-30)
NASA looks at hurricane cloud tops for windy clues
Scientists at NASA are finding that with hurricanes they can look at the cloud tops for clues about the behavior of winds below the hurricane on the Earth's surface. (2006-05-16)
Past trends in hurricane activity and inferences for the future
Knutson will discuss analysis of historical ship track records suggesting that reporting coverage of was too sparse to detect all tropical storms and therefore tropical storm counts do not have any significant trends between 1878 and 2006. (2009-02-15)
NASA sees Lester move into central Pacific Ocean basin
Hurricane Lester continues to march to the west and NASA-NOAA's Suomi NPP satellite saw the storm as it was crossing from the Eastern Pacific to the Central Pacific Ocean and triggered new hurricane watches for Hawaii. (2016-09-01)
NASA sees a very active tropical Eastern Pacific Ocean
The Eastern Pacific Ocean has kicked into high gear on Aug. (2013-08-02)
Hurricane Jose gives NASA's Terra satellite a clear eye
NASA's Terra satellite passed over powerful Hurricane Jose in the Atlantic Ocean and captured a close look at the eye of the storm. (2017-09-09)
NASA catches heavy rainfall happening in Category 4 Earl as it approaches the US
Hurricane Earl is still a powerful category four hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Scale as it approaches the North Carolina coast today. (2010-09-02)
NASA's Aqua satellite spots Hurricane Seymour on fast weakening trend
NASA's Aqua satellite passed Hurricane Seymour as it embarked on a fast weakening trend in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. (2016-10-27)
NASA satellites catch many views of Hurricane Irene
Hurricane Irene was spreading her clouds over the southeastern US on Friday, Aug. (2011-08-26)
NASA sees Chris become first hurricane of Atlantic season
NASA satellites monitoring the life of Chris in the Atlantic saw the tropical storm become the first hurricane of the Atlantic Ocean season on June 21, 2012. (2012-06-21)
Paleotempestology and 2011's Hurricane Irene
A new study published in the December issue of GSA Today examines the geological legacy of Hurricane Irene, not only in terms of its impact on current coastal conditions but also in what it can tell geoscientists about the past. (2013-11-27)
NASA sees Eastern Pacific storms power up and down
While Tropical Storm Kristy faded into a remnant low pressure area, Lane strengthened into a hurricane. (2012-09-17)
NASA sees quick development of Hurricane Dora
The fourth tropical cyclone of the Eastern Pacific Ocean season formed on June 25 and by June 26 it was already a hurricane. (2017-06-26)
Tropical Storm Gonzalo triggered many warnings in Eastern Caribbean
The Eastern Caribbean islands were getting the brunt of Tropical Storm Gonzalo as the storm slowly moved through on Oct. (2014-10-13)
NASA sees large Hurricane Nicole moving past Bermuda
On Oct. 14 Nicole was racing east-northeastward over the Atlantic, but large ocean swells from the large storm were spreading northward along the US East Coast and into Atlantic Canada. (2016-10-14)
Fernanda weakens to Tropical Storm
As of 5 a.m. July 20 (0900 UTC), Fernanda had weakened to tropical storm status. (2017-07-20)
NASA marks Polo for a hurricane
Hurricane Polo still appears rounded in imagery from NOAA's GOES-West satellite, but forecasters at the National Hurricane Center expect that to change. (2014-09-18)
GPM sees Tropical Depression Kay fading into history
The remaining traces of rainfall in weakening Tropical Depression Kay was in a small area when the Global Precipitation Measurement mission or GPM core satellite passed overhead early on Aug. (2016-08-24)
NASA Satellites and Baja California on watch as Hurricane Rick approaches
NASA's Aqua and Terra satellites flew over Hurricane Rick this weekend, and watched the storm strengthen into a major hurricane. (2009-10-19)
Satellite sees large Hurricane Rafael battering Bermuda
Hurricane Rafael is a large hurricane and Bermuda has battened down for Rafael's battering today, Oct. (2012-10-16)
Hurricane season is here, and FSU scientists predict a near‑normal one
Scientists at the Florida State University Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies have released their fourth annual Atlantic hurricane season forecast, using a unique computer model with a knack for predicting hurricanes with unprecedented accuracy. (2012-05-31)
NASA satellites and aircraft studied Hurricane Karl before it faded
Hurricane Karl made landfall near Veracruz, Mexico, on Friday, Sept. (2010-09-20)
NASA sees tropical trouble brewing in southern Gulf of Mexico
Imagery from NOAA's GOES-13 satellite has shown some towering thunderstorms within the low pressure area called System 96L, located in the southern Gulf of Mexico. (2012-06-22)
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