How Are Hurricanes Tracked?


Hurricanes are tracked by the National Hurricane Center using many instruments. Visually they are tracked using radar, which can show the rain bands and shape of the storm. Hurricane hunter airplanes are also used to go up and measure the barometric pressure and wind speeds. You can find more information here:
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