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Best site out there---like the new changes!! Need to get the one liners back in the StormTrack header!!

Posted by: Wayne Johansen at October 19, 2005 09:18 PM


Hello again,

Just a note that the hurricane season starts June 1st (not July). I lived in South Florida for 32 years until 2003 during that period of time the hurricane seasons were on the "mild" side. I lived through Andrew with just minor problems. I now live in Texas where like the previous poster mentionned it has been very warm and we barely had a winter season this year as well. I'm moving back to Florida at the end on May, just in time for the season to starts. I have to admit I'm a little worry.

Posted by: ivanie224 at April 24, 2006 12:17 PM


It would be handy if you used the same time formats on your storm tracks as your other links. Most people don't know what 12UTC means nor would they be able to convert it to CDT if they did.

Good communications is saying it so it can't be misunderestood.

Posted by: jerry at June 11, 2006 09:30 PM


This is the best website I have seen for hurricane info. I just moved to Fla (Aug 2004) from Seattle Wa and worry about my house and family. I am a retired pilot and appreciate good data (radar, tract info etc). Need info to put up hurricane shutters and get out of town, if need be.
Got your website from Drudge, and have it now logged into my hurricane "favorites".

Keep up the good work.

Tal Haas

Posted by: tal haas at June 12, 2006 01:24 AM