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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tropical_cyclone_track_forecasting

Tropical cyclone track forecasting involves predicting where a tropical cyclone is going to track ... Forecasting hurricane motion was based on tide movements, as well as cloud and barometer changes over time. In 1895, it was noted that cool ...

web.mit.edu/12.000/www/m2010/teams/neworleans1/predicting%20hurricanes.htm

Hurricane predictions can fall into two categories: seasonal probabilities and the track of a current hurricane. These two fields are very different in their methods ...

weather.com/safety/hurricane/news/tracking-hurricanes-20120330

Jul 8, 2013 ... Tracking tropical cyclones is a constantly evolving science. ... as aerial surveys for hydrologic research and marine mammal population prediction. ... provided meteorologists with radar and satellite imagery to track hurricanes, ...

www.hurricanescience.org/science/forecast/forecasting/forecastprocess

Satellites, reconnaissance aircraft, Ships, buoys, radar, and other land-based platforms are important tools used in hurricane tracking and prediction. While a ...

www.livescience.com/39678-incredible-tech-track-hurricanes.html

Sep 16, 2013 ... Thanks to the incredible technology for tracking hurricanes, millions of ... knots, and you can't predict something better than you can measure it.

www.forbes.com/sites/marshallshepherd/2015/08/28/why-is-tracking-a-hurricane-easier-than-predicting-its-intensity

Aug 28, 2015 ... Scientists are getting much better at forecasting where a hurricane will go, but predicting how strong it will be is still tough. Here's why.

science.howstuffworks.com/nature/natural-disasters/hurricane6.htm

How do we go from tracking a hurricane to predicting its path? ... To monitor and track the development and movement of a hurricane, meteorologists rely on ...

celebrating200years.noaa.gov/magazine/devast_hurricane/welcome.html

Predicting Hurricanes: Times Have Changed. NOAA's ... Accurate predictions of storm track and intensity are key to helping NOAA protect life and property.

www.reference.com/science/scientists-predict-hurricanes-6e53e0ad1a44aeff

Scientists predict hurricanes by gathering statistics to predict them on a seasonal basis, and by tracking it three to five days in advance once its path begins.

www.almanac.com/content/predicting-hurricanes-eyes-have-it

Even with the telegraph, however, pinpointing the location of a hurricane was difficult and tracking its course was impossible. Now, thanks to satellite technology, ...