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Published in : 2016-07-07 | by MK8 Andrew
Edit: 9/4/17 ***Thank you for helping me reach 130 subscribers!!! Please stay safe. We're in the peak now, and Irma may end up worse than Harvey :'( *** Edit: 11/1/17 ***100 NEW subscribers...
Published in : 2017-12-09 | by Force Thirteen
Animation of the 2017 Atlantic Hurricane Season as analysed by Force Thirteen.
Published in : 2017-11-01 | by In2ThinAir
PLEASE READ! SKIP TO @12:04 FOR HURRICANE RINA INFO!** Up Until then we talk current Stats and Records broken! -In this video we go over some of the insane stats from this still active...
Published in : 2017-11-13 | by NASA Goddard
How can you see the atmosphere? By tracking what is carried on the wind. Tiny aerosol particles such as smoke, dust, and sea salt are transported across the globe, making visible weather patterns...
Published in : 2014-04-26 | by Force Thirteen
Insane season requested by TS Ken, the numbers are more characteristic of what you would see in the W. Pacific.
Published in : 2012-02-13 | by Force Thirteen
Force 13's newest animation of the record-breaking 2005 Atlantic Hurricane Season. 2005 Storms: Tropical Storm Arlene (TS) Tropical Storm Bret (TS) Hurricane Cindy (Category 1) Major Hurricane...
Published in : 2017-10-14 | by Random News, Updates and More
This video I named every storm because this is my prediction for the names of those storms and of course the season.
Published in : 2017-11-07 | by In2ThinAir
SO SORRY EVERYONE, this should have been posted at 7 am! but better late then never! Tropical Storm RINA is now our 19th named storm of th Atlantic Hurricane Season with Tropical Storm SEAN...
Published in : 2017-05-14 | by MeteoMark
Hurricane Season 2017 Outlook provided by MeteoMark's Weather Northeastern, complete with the factors, total number named storms, and which areas stand the chance of seeing the greatest Hurricane...
Published in : 2017-09-19 | by Juan Valdez
This video contains images from the GOES satellite archive(http://www.goes-arch.noaa.gov/?C=N;O=D). Images are taken every 30 minutes with the satellite, and I have played them back at 10...