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Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Stay Alert Tropical Storm Katia

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Tropical Storm Katia may continue to Strengthening in the Eastern Tropical Atlantic Ocean as she moves west tracking past Puerto Rico.

October is the most frequent month that hurricanes hit South Florida.

September 21st is only the median date for hurricane activity in South Florida. Twenty hurricanes have made landfall in South Florida before September 21st and twenty-one have made landfall after since 1860.

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Saturday, August 27, 2011

Hurricane Irene From the Space Station | Hurricane Attorney Lawyer

This five-minute video flies directly over Hurricane Irene in 2011.The narration is by the astronaut photographer in the International Space Station. The Astronaut is not an Attorney.

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Friday, August 26, 2011

Thursday, August 25, 2011

Hurricane Irene Category 3 Hurricane

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Hurricane Irene Category 3 Hurricane 111 mph - 130 mph
Currently, the center of Category 3 Hurricane Irene is just East of Abaco National Park, Great Abaco Island in The Bahamas, due East of Miami, Florida. Her current projected path has her eye reaching landfall as early as Saturday morning any from near the South and North Carolina border to Virginia near Washington D.C.

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Monday, August 15, 2011

Proposed MacDill Air Force Base Cut Threatens Hurricane Missions

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Forty Percent Proposed Federal Spending Cut of MacDill Air Force Base Threatens Hurricane Storm Science Missions Despite Their Continued Improvement.

Federal House Appropriations Committee proposes to decrease funding from $29 million to $17 million at MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, Florida which includes the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron.

Current director of the National Hurricane Center in West Miami-Dade, Bill Read says, "We don’t have any other way to go about doing this," when discussing the critical importance of research and data collection by the Tampa based team.

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