Name:
Joe Machos
Email:
BLNKRBOY@aol.com
City:
Jacksonville
State:
Florida
URL:
http://members.aol.com/parabla
Date:
08 Sep 2001
Time:
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Great work Greg!


Name:
John Bjorlo
Email:
bulge@aol.com
City:
Edison
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New Jersey
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http://www.bulge.com
Date:
10 Sep 2001
Time:
15:28:02
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Great work Greg! Remember rip shirt day!


Name:
Ted
Email:
editor@island-search.com
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San Bernardino
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California
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http://www.island-search.com
Date:
19 Mar 2002
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22:07:48
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I am doing some research and I followed a listing at Google for South Padre Island. I stopped on by to take a look. Very nice site.


Name:
Baba Booey
Email:
baba.booey@howardstern.com
City:
Hempstead
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New York
URL:
http://www.howardstern.com
Date:
08 Sep 2001
Time:
20:03:57
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Great site.


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21 Mar 2003
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you should and more questions about hurricanes because i don't have enough.my teacher said to have up to 10 questions about hurricanes and i only have 5. Thank you!


Name:
Andy
Email:
andy112170@yahoo.com
City:
Norwich
State:
Novo
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Date:
10 May 2003
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15:20:15
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Major Domo and Novo got caught up in hurricane Andrew!!! 250 MPH winds from Res's ass knocked down EVERYTHING!!


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dan
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14 May 2003
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Name:
test
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test@aol.com
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testing
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this is a test
URL:
http://www.testing.com
Date:
01 Sep 2004
Time:
19:39:14
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Testing the guestbook application.


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test
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test@aol.com
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testing
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this is a test
URL:
http://www.testing.com
Date:
01 Sep 2004
Time:
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Testing the guestbook application.


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test
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test@aol.com
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testing
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this is a test
URL:
http://www.testing.com
Date:
01 Sep 2004
Time:
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Testing the guestbook application.


Name:
Gaspar Rivera
Email:
gariver@coqui.net
City:
San Juan
State:
Puerto Rico
URL:
Date:
03 Sep 2004
Time:
20:30:54
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Hi There!

To survive emotionally, I strongly suggest that a person wear EARPLUGS during the passing of a strong hurricane. Why so? Well, hurricanes generate a lot of noise. If you don't wear earplugs, you become very nervous and fearful. Thus, the psychological impact of the storm will make you a nervous wreck for months!

What type of earplugs should you buy? I prefer solid rubber with no openings. I say this because some earplugs let in some sound frequencies. Where to buy? Walgreen's has them!

Here in Puerto Rico, I experienced both Hurricane Hugo and Hurricane Georges. So I do have some experience with hurricanes.

Sincerely, Gaspar Rivera


Name:
Courtland Jindra
Email:
courtlandj@hotmail.com
City:
Los Angeles
State:
California
URL:
Date:
05 Sep 2004
Time:
23:56:35
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This is a terrific site. I've been into tropical systems since I was a kid. They've always fascinated me and I've devoured books on the history/science/etc of Hurricanes. I accidentally found your site today, and I'm SOO glad. This is great.

I noticed no one ever responds to your messages on the board. Since most of them are just info, I didn't know if you wanted us to, or if they were more to tell us what's going on.


Name:
Mike Fuqua
Email:
Lucky13pbfla@aol.com
City:
Pensacola Beach
State:
Florida
URL:
Date:
06 Sep 2004
Time:
04:09:34
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Like the web site, I am a hurricane Camille survivor.(Biloxi) Also Elena and Georges. Am writing this as the winds of Frances howl. Awaiting approaching Ivan.


Name:
AJ Siko
Email:
julius923@yahoo.com
City:
Raleigh
State:
NC
URL:
Date:
11 Sep 2004
Time:
18:24:02
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Nice website. There must be a way to reduce hurricane strength, but what would it require? How about dragging glaciers from the poles to the mid -atlantic? Would this do more harm than good? How about circulating the water from the bottom of the ocean with huge pumps to the surface? Any more crazy ideas??? Hmmmmm???


Name:
Sherry
Email:
City:
Harlingen
State:
Texas
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Date:
13 Sep 2004
Time:
22:35:23
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From your Historical page: "Hurricane Beulah--One of the first tropical systems to be seeded during Project Stormfury. Beulah struck Texas in 1963, and produced some 150 tornadoes after making landfall."

There were two Beulahs. The 1963 Beulah traveled entirely through the Atlantic and never made landfall. Do you think this may have been the storm which was seeded???

Hurricane Beulah of 1967 was a category 4 or 5 storm which struck the Texas coast near Brownsville and subsequently spawned all those tornadoes in south and central Texas. I do not recall hearing that this storm was seeded.

Enjoyed visiting your website---nice work!


Name:
Jamie Felton
Email:
jlfelton@telus.net
City:
Vancouver
State:
British Columbia Canada
URL:
Date:
14 Sep 2004
Time:
22:56:21
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Thank you! Finally information on the weather that is not 'watered' down. At last!


Name:
Thomas Hahn
Email:
big_daddy_52761@yahoo.com
City:
MUSCATINE
State:
iowa
URL:
Date:
15 Sep 2004
Time:
09:17:06
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I remember seeing this on the weather channel. did'nt they recored a pressuer of 910mb In Ivan? Ithink it was from september 11 to 2am on september 12... so if they recored it then why is'nt it on here?


Name:
Chris Bowers
Email:
chris.bowers@dallascityhall.com
City:
Dallas
State:
Texas
URL:
Date:
16 Sep 2004
Time:
13:53:38
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How can you forget Hurricane Celia in 1970. This hurricane directly hit Corpus Christi and was one the most costly ever at the time. Its top winds at landfall were 161 mph. Unfortunately, the device measuring windspeed broke during the storm, so we will never know how powerful it was. There were many tornadoes, including two that carved an "X" in a Corpus suburb.


Name:
PETER TUMBOKON
Email:
tumbokon@bellsouth.net
City:
west columbia
State:
south carolina
URL:
Date:
17 Sep 2004
Time:
05:47:17
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GREAT SITE. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK


Name:
tim
Email:
omarak@elon.edu
City:
Elon
State:
NC
URL:
emmie 374
Date:
19 Sep 2004
Time:
12:25:37
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I think your website is the best! I love hurricanes!!!!!!


Name:
brenda elks
Email:
belks@earthlink.com
City:
farmville
State:
nc
URL:
Date:
22 Sep 2004
Time:
12:16:04
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Hurricane Bertha come through the Carolina's around the 12 of July, 1996 not the 6th.


Name:
Lesha
Email:
nihgtsatin@aol.com
City:
New Orleans
State:
Louisiana
URL:
Date:
23 Sep 2004
Time:
02:08:18
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I thought Hurricane season begins in August. If hurricane seasons begins in June, about how many hurricanes usually hit the US during June, July, and early August?


Name:
lexi
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singerbabe2u2@yahoo.com
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Date:
26 Sep 2004
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18:05:21
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huricane alex need more info


Name:
Kathie LeDrew
Email:
raledrew@gulftel.com
City:
Foley
State:
Al
URL:
Date:
28 Sep 2004
Time:
11:10:10
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Very interesting website - one of the best I have seen - and so up to the minute. Thank you.


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Hayley
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28 Sep 2004
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14:36:20
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cool website


Name:
david meador
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City:
Rowletts
State:
kentucky
URL:
Date:
29 Sep 2004
Time:
12:25:51
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I love this site!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


Name:
Lynn Magnuson
Email:
ljmagnuson@aol.com
City:
Homestead
State:
Florida
URL:
http://www.geocities.com/wb7ptr
Date:
11 Oct 2004
Time:
17:06:42
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The website is largely weather and ham radio related. I'm a meteorology and aviation student currently between colleges and funding. Will be continuing soon. Write me if you wish. I love hearing from other weather fanatics!


Name:
Paige
Email:
pixie_frog2003@hotmail.com
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Date:
25 Oct 2004
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12:43:17
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who is the author of this article.


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26 Oct 2004
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20:46:48
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Name:
Paige g.
Email:
pixie_frog2003@hotmail,com
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Tx,
URL:
Date:
27 Oct 2004
Time:
12:51:39
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I need to know the author for a project. Do you know the person that put it on the site that will work as well


Name:
Lakia
Email:
kfmeli@aol.com
City:
Cincinnati
State:
Ohio
URL:
Date:
11 Nov 2004
Time:
11:40:03
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i would like more info on hurricanes.


Name:
Lisa Dudek
Email:
dudek4060@comcast.net
City:
Eugene
State:
Oregon
URL:
Date:
12 Nov 2004
Time:
03:00:37
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Very accurate information. I was there and you captured the impact Andrew wrought on my family. If you have any questions, let me know.


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Desiree
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16 Nov 2004
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19:58:45
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well i think that you guys should have how the hurricanes are studied and forecasted because i have a project to do and i cant find the answer to this question and i've looked everywhere! can you guys help me out and put this in your website?


Name:
Chafic K.
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City:
Halifax
State:
Nova Scotia
URL:
Date:
21 Nov 2004
Time:
17:29:38
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Good information on Hurricane Juan. It will me with my ecology assignment. Thanks.


Name:
Jim
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Date:
10 Dec 2004
Time:
13:02:52
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Your site is quite intersting. I have researched hurricanes for quite some time. Scott Mandia's page on the 1938 hurricane, while entertaining, is filled with a lot of false tropical cyclone data. The best site for historical Hurricane information is - United States Hurricanes. They have an excellent and factual scientific account of the 1938 hurricane. You may know this already.


Name:
Robert K. Cooper
Email:
rcooper@rlcentola.com
City:
Richardson
State:
Texas
URL:
webmail.rlcentola.com
Date:
20 Dec 2004
Time:
21:36:27
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I enjoy your website. Can you recommend any books on the life and career of Dr. Robert H. Simpson? Thanks.


Name:
courtney
Email:
crazycourt22@cox.net
City:
omaha
State:
nebraska
URL:
female
Date:
25 Jan 2005
Time:
17:44:19
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I had Hugo for a project at school!


Name:
passerby
Email:
babedragon88@hotmail.com
City:
Vancouver
State:
BC
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Date:
10 Feb 2005
Time:
02:54:13
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Name:
passerby
Email:
babedragon88@hotmail.com
City:
Vancouver
State:
BC
URL:
Date:
10 Feb 2005
Time:
02:54:36
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hi can you email me and tell me when this site was created i need it for my essay..thanks!!


Name:
Andy Smith
Email:
andy32987@aol.com
City:
Miami
State:
Florida
URL:
Date:
10 Feb 2005
Time:
22:39:55
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Great Site! Thanks for producing such great work.


Name:
Brent
Email:
blackdragon1588@hotmail.com
City:
Sioux Falls
State:
South Dakota
URL:
Date:
19 Apr 2005
Time:
09:56:10
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First, I appreciate this site. It gave me much needed info on Hurricane Gilbert For an essay. Second, it is incredibly rude to use someones guestbook for advertising. STOP BEING LAZY PILES!!!!


Name:
janae peterson
Email:
virgo_513@blackplanet.com
City:
cincinnati
State:
ohio
URL:
Date:
21 Apr 2005
Time:
11:23:48
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thanks your website really helped me on my hurricane project in school


Name:
Cindy
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Florida
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Date:
27 Apr 2005
Time:
00:49:31
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great site and links you have here - thought you might like to add these links as well or at least check them out!


Name:
Anne
Email:
redonionsauce@aol.com
City:
Fort Myers
State:
Fl
URL:
Date:
13 May 2005
Time:
22:12:42
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The first hurricane I experienced was Connie in 1955. She struck on my 3rd birthday. I will never forget that. My Dad had to go to work for the local utility company. My Mom prepared for a birthday pary which turned into a hurricane party. I enjoyed your website. Detailed and accurate. I just went through Frances and Jeanne in West Palm last year. Can't wait for this year.


Name:
Stacy Weaver
Email:
jeri2@adamnet.uni.cc
City:
alamo
State:
georgia
URL:
Date:
16 May 2005
Time:
09:14:29
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Name:
vanessa beville
Email:
nessa187_98@yahoo.com
City:
lawton
State:
ok.
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Date:
27 May 2005
Time:
14:57:41
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I really liked the story on Stacy Stewart and its much to brag about. He is my uncle and I'm very proud of him.


Name:
Captain Tropic
Email:
captaintropic2004
City:
orange park
State:
fl
URL:
www.captaintropic.com
Date:
30 May 2005
Time:
18:05:31
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Thanks for the link to my site on hurricane preparedness. It's been up for several years now and the traffic through the site is growing at a pretty good clip. Thanks again for the link. Captain Tropic sends


Name:
Vijay Patel
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City:
Edison
State:
N.J.
URL:
Date:
10 Jul 2005
Time:
08:01:14
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Mr.Greg,Impressive site - Very fine work you done Really - Good information


Name:
terri
Email:
tasbem@cfl.rr.com
City:
ormond beach
State:
fla
URL:
Date:
10 Jul 2005
Time:
12:26:16
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I've always loved to research from home diffrent topics. I only have a high school degree, but a lot of ideas on prevention of hurricanes.


Name:
Susan
Email:
susanjohnson524@yahoo.com
City:
Robertsdale
State:
Alabama
URL:
Date:
10 Jul 2005
Time:
21:33:27
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Are there any links to your website with Pictures? I would love to see some of Hurricane Frederick. Thanks, Susan


Name:
Brian
Email:
City:
Prairieville
State:
Louisiana
URL:
Date:
12 Jul 2005
Time:
03:56:11
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Dennis hit Florida as a category Three hurricane with a 120 mph winds. Also Hurricane Andrew Crossed Southern Florida and hit Louisiana with a 120 mph winds. And Tropical Storm Allison that hit Houston also produced wide spread flooding with up to 20-30 inches in South East Louisiana.


Name:
Pam
Email:
pam.dover@ingrambook.com
City:
LaVergne
State:
Tennessee
URL:
Date:
12 Jul 2005
Time:
11:46:50
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With the big release of the new Harry Potter book and all the frenzy that goes with it- we should name the "H" hurricane- Harry! (If there is one)


Name:
Mike
Email:
mikeehop@yahoo.com
City:
Johnson City
State:
TN
URL:
Date:
12 Jul 2005
Time:
12:46:12
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Excellent site!


Name:
Sara Haines
Email:
mawr19@jwebmail.name
City:
NY
State:
NY
URL:
Date:
14 Jul 2005
Time:
19:44:19
Remote User:

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Your site is interesting. Thank you.


Name:
Arlene Dardar
Email:
ory@mobiletel.com
City:
Cut-Off
State:
Louisiana
URL:
Date:
18 Jul 2005
Time:
02:22:12
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I was looking for some imformation on Hurricane Isidore in 2002. I wanted to know what month it hit. And your website help me find what month. Thanks Arlene Dardar


Name:
Esther A. Siller
Email:
easiller@ix.netcom.com
City:
Brownsville
State:
TX
URL:
Date:
19 Jul 2005
Time:
00:24:30
Remote User:

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Great site! I stumbled upon it while Googling Hurricane Beulah (1967), of which I am a survivor. One of the 100+ tornadoes spawned by Beulah hit my house (I was only 6 years old at the time and luckily staying with relatives further inland), so I am deathly afraid of hurricanes as you can imagine. I still have the photos we took. I hope never to go through that again. As I write this, we cautiously track Emily's movement, praying that it does not hit Brownsville. Right now it looks like it's going to hit Mexico about 60 miles from here, but you never know. All I can do is tape up my windows, gather my candles and flashlights, and wait. Good job on the website!


Name:
Tim Ring
Email:
tring@usscavengerhunt.com
City:
Chicago
State:
IL
URL:
Date:
02 Aug 2005
Time:
14:15:46
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I just read with interest your info on Hurc. Gloria. In Sept 85 I lived in New Canaan, CT - abut 10 or so miles from the LI Sound. New Canaan was pounded by Gloria. We did not have power for 10 days. Reason being that SW Conn has very old growth -i.e. trees and the winds from Gloria took its toll on many trees. The thing was that every 50 to 100 yards a power line was snaped or down. That made the job of restoring power by the power guys all the more time consuming. Now power for 10 days. I will always remember that night / day in Sept 85. Tim Ring


Name:
DON ARNOLD
Email:
wxfreqrs@cableone.net
City:
Pascagoula
State:
Ms
URL:
http://myweb.cableone.net/wxfreqrs/
Date:
23 Aug 2005
Time:
14:16:40
Remote User:

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VERY NICE too much for one sitting I will be back and check it ALL OUT thanks appreciate all the effort that goes into this have a good one DON ARNOLD


Name:
Jackie Kemp
Email:
kempjee@adelphia.net
City:
Miami
State:
Fl
URL:
Date:
24 Aug 2005
Time:
14:29:59
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how can you get a name added to 2011 list


Name:
Bob Hampson
Email:
rih-jr@juno.com
City:
Cincinnati
State:
Ohio
URL:
Date:
28 Aug 2005
Time:
16:11:56
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I'd like to see a listing of hurricanes by lowest pressure reached along with wind speed indications.


Name:
Kylie
Email:
ky_ang@hotmail.com
City:
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State:
Australia
URL:
Date:
29 Aug 2005
Time:
01:43:03
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Just a correction for you. Hurricanes are not called Willy-Willies in Australia. We call Hurricanes Cyclones here too. A Willy-Willy in my perception is a small dust storm similar to a tornado.


Name:
denis hansen
Email:
polo16v@ofir.dk
City:
aars
State:
nordjylland
URL:
non
Date:
29 Aug 2005
Time:
02:41:28
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Name:
christopher
Email:
m@ndy@yahoo.com
City:
gorgia
State:
URL:
Date:
30 Aug 2005
Time:
21:58:02
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keep up the great work becuse i love this site!


Name:
Aborrecio
Email:
aborrecio@yahoo.com
City:
Kissimmee
State:
FL
URL:
Date:
01 Sep 2005
Time:
00:59:59
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Comments

Kudos for a very informative site. BTW, I don't mean to nickpick, but you list Hurricane Hugo as a CAT 4, but it actually reached CAT 5 intensity on 9/15/1989 with top winds of 160 MPH.


Name:
Linda M Gavitt
Email:
lindagavitt@sbcglobal.net
City:
Mystic
State:
CT
URL:
Date:
03 Sep 2005
Time:
22:23:37
Remote User:

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Very interesting site. Thank you for all the time that went into recording this information - concise but very informative.


Name:
lori
Email:
weiiheiio2u2@aol.com
City:
daytona beach
State:
fl
URL:
Date:
05 Sep 2005
Time:
10:22:23
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when is there going to be a hurricane named lori


Name:
Anton
Email:
anton@modahe.com
City:
Los Angeles
State:
CA
URL:
Date:
06 Sep 2005
Time:
03:18:03
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My best wishes are with you.


Name:
Chris
Email:
Telecommunications_22@hotmail.com
City:
Lafayette
State:
Colorado
URL:
Date:
08 Sep 2005
Time:
22:00:25
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R.C.
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Date:
12 Sep 2005
Time:
23:38:33
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Great site-it's very informative and helpful:)


Name:
vandana
Email:
smarty_16us@yahoo.com
City:
mumbai
State:
maharashtra
URL:
Date:
14 Sep 2005
Time:
03:24:55
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i would like to know why is the hurricane in new orleans,usa called katrina.is there a specific reason behind it


Name:
Clay
Email:
ClayGillispie@sbcglobal.net
City:
Dallas
State:
TX
URL:
Date:
18 Sep 2005
Time:
09:47:12
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Thank you for the information on hurricanes. I learned alot at the site which helped cure my curiousity.


Name:
STEPHEN W. DUFT, E.A.
Email:
DUFTACCT@TACNET.MISSOURI.ORG
City:
CLINTON
State:
MISSOURI
URL:
Date:
21 Sep 2005
Time:
17:42:51
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Nice website. lots of good information. If the technology exists to take some of the fight out of a hurricane even if it is not a guarenteed thing. why don't we use it? A chance is better then doing nothing. I am sure the people preparing for Rita right now would agree. Am I right ? or am I too "unrealistic ?"


Name:
Nick
Email:
nick@whalen.ca
City:
Toronto
State:
Canada
URL:
Date:
21 Sep 2005
Time:
19:07:50
Remote User:

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Wow! You are fast with this. Move Rita up to 5 on the list of pressure intensity with 904 mb http://www.nhc.noaa.gov/text/refresh/MIATCUAT3+shtml/212146.shtml


Name:
Ray Welch
Email:
raywelch02@yahoo.com
City:
Miami Beach
State:
FL
URL:
Date:
22 Sep 2005
Time:
07:42:11
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The poor writing and composition was a distraction to the information.


Name:
Jan
Email:
jfoose@wlsc.edu
City:
Wheeling
State:
WV
URL:
Date:
22 Sep 2005
Time:
19:40:36
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I really was thankful for your website. I needed it to do a research paper, the subject we global warming and its effects on current hurricanes. Thank you for having such an informative site.


Name:
Axl
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Date:
23 Sep 2005
Time:
21:30:57
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Welcome To The Jungle! this site rules.


Name:
Lauren
Email:
City:
Irving
State:
TX
URL:
Date:
24 Sep 2005
Time:
13:08:11
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Thanks for the info for my daughter's questions.


Name:
mayra
Email:
alejandra_mayra@hotmail.com
City:
State:
URL:
Date:
26 Sep 2005
Time:
16:48:16
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i would like to know the author's name for this web page or article.


Name:
E.C.Davis
Email:
ellardmusic@yahoo.com
City:
Los Cabos Mexico
State:
URL:
Date:
01 Oct 2005
Time:
10:52:25
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We are getting hit by Hurricane Otis,and you don't even mention it.The wind is not to bad,about 30mph.Lot's of rain.Hopefully it won't turn right yet.It is becomming a big storm


Name:
odette
Email:
odette-sycamore@tiscali.co.uk
City:
england
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Date:
02 Oct 2005
Time:
06:21:16
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i think that your website is ok but for course work i had to find out how long hurricane Jose lasted, the location and the damage done to the place that it hit thanks for the date name and category though


Name:
Robin Bird
Email:
webscoollinks@yahoo.com
City:
Toledo
State:
Ohio
URL:
http://www.geocities.com/webscoollinks
Date:
05 Oct 2005
Time:
00:18:55
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This site is very informative and (I hate to say it but) enjoyable. Thank you for your time in putting it all together - Please keep up the great work - Robin


Name:
kyle biccum
Email:
biccum@hotmail.com
City:
mocse jaw
State:
canada
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Date:
06 Oct 2005
Time:
16:48:56
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you guys are cool


Name:
Dottie Baird
Email:
Bairdranch@aol.com
City:
Belton
State:
Texas
URL:
Date:
16 Oct 2005
Time:
23:38:41
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Sept. 1933 near Brownsville, Texas,a horrible hurricane came into the Gulf of Texas and did much damage to our homes. I was a child and will never forget it. I know they did not name the storms at that time, but do you know at what the wind was? Thank you for your assistance. Dottie Baird


Name:
Maria sPRAGUE
Email:
MARIASPRAGUE@COMCAST.NET
City:
Providence
State:
ri
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Date:
17 Oct 2005
Time:
10:34:03
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If the entire list of names is used for a particular year and there are more tropical storms/hurricanes, how are they named? Do you go back to the beginning of the list? Move to next years list? or use something else? Thank you


Name:
Tawny Allen
Email:
tawny@surfglobal.net
City:
Hinesburg
State:
VT
URL:
Date:
18 Oct 2005
Time:
22:28:02
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Comments

How does a name (like Tawny) get added to the list?


Name:
Laura
Email:
lecoonrod@mac.com
City:
State:
Texas
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Date:
24 Oct 2005
Time:
18:29:27
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Very informative. I love to study about hurricanes. Some people tease me because of that. It drives me nutds though, but I like to suck up all the information thats here like a sponge! :D


Name:
Jim
Email:
godwilwin@aim.com
City:
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State:
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URL:
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Date:
28 Oct 2005
Time:
18:18:47
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Hi, im doing a report on hurricanes, this helped a little. Thanks


Name:
reburta falangi
Email:
goats@cows27.freeserve.co.uk
City:
new york
State:
new york
URL:
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Date:
03 Nov 2005
Time:
04:40:44
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what time and what place do typhoons occur each year? Bye


Name:
garyconklin
Email:
scubatocuba@aol.com
City:
euclid
State:
ohio
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Date:
06 Nov 2005
Time:
14:24:32
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Seems that with all the hurricanes that we have had this year,with wilma being the record setter....That Hurricaneville might desine a T~Shirt with Small design in upper right or left corner of shirt...


Name:
Rupert Tetlaw
Email:
roops03@hotmail.com
City:
Oxford
State:
Oxfordshire
URL:
Date:
16 Nov 2005
Time:
06:34:19
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A very useful site to look and and learn about past hurricanes and what is going on now.


Name:
Anthony W. Sylvester
Email:
zipp752000@hotmail.com
City:
Lafayette
State:
LA
URL:
Date:
20 Nov 2005
Time:
20:51:06
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How long have we been able to track Hurricanes?


Name:
tom morris
Email:
troglobyte46@yahoo.com
City:
gainesville
State:
florida
URL:
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Date:
30 Mar 2006
Time:
00:14:24
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Nice piece on Gilberto. Learned a lot. I saw blue sky in the eye of Gilberto in Playa del Carmen, Quintana Roo, Mexico. It was a kick-ass storm and not to be missed. It helps to not own anything for the storm to tear up. Rode it out in the typical mexican style motel about a half mile from the beach. Concrete w rebar, two stories, and a central courtyard. You could get up on the roof which had a low wall to hide behind. Hotel Maranatha. Its still there. It picked up a weird sympathetic vibration when the second eyewall hit. That was the only touchy moment. Amazingly, many thatch roofs survived the storm. They rippled and bucked like mad, and apparently dissipated enough enerty to survive. Cars were blowing sideways down the road. Once the windows blew out of our second story room we relaxed. Next time I'll just bust then myself and get it over with. Of course the water blew all the way through the room. We slept under the matreses. Mexico is the place to be in a storm. No law and no volunteer buttheads anywhere telling you what to do. Your on your own and its great. Freedom. No emergency vehicles, no cops, no red cross, nada. Also no food, etc, but it was okay. The eye was classic. Winds went calm. Everybody came out, including the dogs and birds. At one point it felt like being in a well. Looking up you clearly saw ropey bands of clouds in the wall, and looking way up, a little patch of blue. It really did feel like looking up out of a well. After 20 minutes or so a peremptory gust of about 80 mph came through and everyone raced back for cover. Within minutes the eyewall hit, and it was a trip. The whole world bowed over. But the sound was the really wild part. An all encompassing hollow moan that you could feel. If there would have been any film crews around they would not have had to lossen any bolts on stop signs (so they flap around in the background). The destruction was something to behold. The short stature, seasonally dry forest did not have one leaf on it. Lots of down trees in a forest that evolved with hurricanes. Very hard to walk (climb) through the woods for years after. The mangroves were scalped down to about six feet. Below that they were fine. The rocky (armoured) coast and its vegetation got hammered. But, it is a hurricane coast and it's storm adapted. One year later I dove a coral reef a few kilometers up the coast and found it was skeletonized down to about 14 feet. No living coral except some colonizing fire coral. Below 14 feet the reef was normal. The Mayans were great. No desperation runs on the food and emergency supplies in stores (hardly any stores back then). No whining. No wailing. The dead opposite of the good ol usa. Thats all. Thanks


Name:
ronna harrell
Email:
GrizzlyBear@AOL.COM
City:
bastrop
State:
lousianna
URL:
Date:
11 Apr 2006
Time:
20:06:39
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the information in this site brought back memories as you see i now live in lousianna but my family and i just moved here in july 2005 one and a half months before katrina. having lived in tidewater virginia road out bonnie, floyd and isabelle i feel such desire to understand more. isabelle brought flooding and distruction on a smaller scale to areas similar to that of katrina and rita. it was very important to be prepared what happened new orleans.


Name:
Dimitrios Marantidis
Email:
marantidis46@hotmail.com
City:
Tampa
State:
FL
URL:
Date:
17 Apr 2006
Time:
16:36:32
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Dear Sirs, I was asking to name the recent hurricanes but there was missing Andrew from your list. Thanks Dimitrios


Name:
Adam Futterman
E-mail:
floridawxman825@yahoo.com
City:
Key West
State:
Florida
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Thu May 11 5:46:06 EDT 2006

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Vivid memories of Hurricane Glorida. I was a sophomore at the Wooster School in Danbury CT. Coincidently, and probably unbeknownst to the NHC in Miami at the time. U2s song \"Gloria\" was playing on top of the charts that year. The media had well advertised the storm and I was certain the system would move across Long Island and Ridgefield would stay on the west side of the system . I was excited about missing a few days of school due to SNET loosing some power on account of big Elms and Oaks falling down all over the Nutmeg State. Remember watching 24 hour coverage of both Geoff Fox and Dr Mel Goldstein, Professor of Meteorology and head meteorologist at WTNH channel 8 in New Haven. Remarks, meteorologically, the storm was moving at about 40 knots, and crossed Long Island and then across the sound to near Bridgeport. Locations on the east side of the state got more of the rain and wind, due to the addition of momentum and the right forward side of a landfalling tropical cyclone. Ridgefield, in Western CT, about 18 NM inland from the sound, received sustained winds probably 60 to 75 mph with some higher gusts to over 80 mph.


Name:
Marie
E-mail:
collenemariem@yahoo.com
City:
State:
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Mon May 15 8:58:27 EDT 2006

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As a child living in Atlantic City, N.J. I recall a hurricane in 1957 or 1958 that flooded our apartment and we had to be evacuated to higher ground. Do you know which one this could of been? Thanks.

Name:
Dana Jones
E-mail:
jonesfamily@nu-z.net
City:
Lincolnton
State:
Georgia
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Sun Jun 11 18:52:24 EDT 2006

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I like this website, but I was wondering how to get a storm named after me \"Dana\"?

Name:
Ruby Cullet
E-mail:
bobertacollins@hotmail.com
City:
ny
State:
ny
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Mon Jun 12 11:15:41 EDT 2006

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I just wanted to say that authorities should leave people who want to stay alone! It is their right to weather out the hurricane they were warned they know the potential consequences. They need to focus on the people who want to leave but need assistance ie, the disabled, elderly, patients in the hospital etc. Why spend time forcing people out who have the opportunity to leave if they want. It is their right to stay just as it is disabled citizens right to have the assistance to leave if they want and or need it.

Name:
Justin Smith
E-mail:
steelerfann55@hotmail.com
City:
Port Orange
State:
Florida
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Wed Jun 14 17:12:49 EDT 2006

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Great hurricane info site.... Ive been \" extremely intrigued\" with tropical weather since i can remember.Everyday, my mother sat with me outside to watch the south Florida thunderstorms roll in every afternoon and evening. I\'m planning on chasing at least 2 hurricanes this year. Ill take my waterproof camcorder again \" works great\" to get into the eye again.I, ve been in 5 hurricanes and 3 tropical storms and i cant get enough of it for some reason

Name:
Bob Moor
E-mail:
bobmoor@gmail.com
City:
Middletown
State:
Delaware
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Sun Jul 16 21:38:48 EDT 2006

Comments:


Accept the things you cannot change . . .

Name:
court
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Date and Time:
Thu Jul 20 21:29:10 EDT 2006

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i think one of the names should be courtney

Name:
David Schafer
E-mail:
dave@dasi-software.com
City:
Alachua
State:
FL
Web Page URL:
www.dasi-software.com
Date and Time:
Wed Aug 9 15:58:10 EDT 2006

Comments:


I think that the web site is very informative. I was surprised to see that the account of Hurricane Donna did not accurately reflect the landfall. I was in Homestead, Florida at the time and the eye of the storm passed right over us. I sent an email about this inaccuracy. I have seen other storm tracks that don\'t reflect it.

Name:
Darren
E-mail:
darrenchabluk@gmail.com
City:
Winnipeg
State:
Canada
Web Page URL:
www.DrDinar.com
Date and Time:
Mon Aug 28 14:19:08 EDT 2006

Comments:


Interesting information about tropical cyclones. Looks like Florida might have one coming on. Seems like August is the month for that regeon.

Name:
E-mail:
bd3-sunnyblue@yahoo.com
City:
State:
fl
Web Page URL:
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Date and Time:
Mon Aug 28 22:09:47 EDT 2006

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Interesting, I\'d like to learn more. Are there any existing films or documentaries about this work?

Name:
Greg Spencer
E-mail:
typhoonboy@cox.net
City:
Gainesville
State:
FL
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Sat Sep 2 17:09:29 EDT 2006

Comments:


I love this site!!! It has information that no other sites have! I love the book reports too.

Name:
Sunil
E-mail:
sunilbains@yahoo.com
City:
Mumbai
State:
India
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Sat Sep 30 7:13:20 EDT 2006

Comments:


How are the Storms named ? Is there any significane to Female or male name of the storms ?

Name:
L
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City:
State:
Maryland
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Date and Time:
Sat Oct 7 11:34:50 EDT 2006

Comments:


This helps sooo much with my project! Thanx

Name:
Richard Weiler
E-mail:
dusenserv@cox.net
City:
Mesa
State:
AZ
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Sun Nov 5 21:50:04 EST 2006

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We are trying to set up a test vessel to extract and convert ocean storm energy to electrical and then hydrogen from the adjacent first sea water. We need to know the best points on a hurricane to accomplish our objective. We will send details of the operation if requested. Thank You R.L. Weiler Dusenbury Research

Name:
Mark Connor
E-mail:
connor.mark@dol.gov
City:
washington
State:
dc
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Mon Nov 6 10:11:42 EST 2006

Comments:


Question: How many June hurricanes have hit the outer banks of North Carolina?

Name:
Patrisha Walker
E-mail:
City:
Buras
State:
Louisiana
Web Page URL:
http://www.angelfire.com/la/dwalker/katrina.html
Date and Time:
Thu Dec 7 19:53:27 EST 2006

Comments:


Your Katrina timeline page was very interesting. I am from Buras, Louisiana where Katrina came ashore in Louisiana. The southern and eastern portions of our Parish (Plaquemines Parish) suffered Tsunami type damages that are still unbelievable. It is questionable whether our town of Buras will ever recover. We need all the help and publicity we can get. Most all of those in our Parish who lost homes are STILL in 7X27 FEMA camper trailers now over 15 months later!!! Thank you for keeping info on Katrina in the forefront.

Name:
Irma Burde
E-mail:
mimiburde@comcast.net
City:
Belleville
State:
New Jersey
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Thu Apr 12 20:31:44 EDT 2007

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I remember vacationing with my family at Ortley Beach, NJ during Hurricane Andrew in 1992. I remember the terrible winds that swept across the coastline and the floods across rte 35 NO. and right into our ground floor motel room. We, along with other guests that decided not to ask for a refund and go back home, were moved up to 2nd.floor.I was hoping for some info. on this storm and the NJ coastline. Yours was the most comprehensive detailed report.

Name:
Vanessa Ludka
E-mail:
nessa187_98@hotmail.com
City:
State:
Florida
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Wed Apr 18 3:26:26 EDT 2007

Comments:


:-)

Name:
E-mail:
City:
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Date and Time:
Tue Apr 24 10:26:54 EDT 2007

Comments:


What is the dangerous side of the storm

Name:
stephen connell
E-mail:
stephenconnell@fastmail.fm
City:
Gelong,Australia
State:
Victoria
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Tue May 8 20:17:36 EDT 2007

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Great review as I am reading the book at the moment.I agree you cannot dump the aftermath of the storm on his shoulders when he was but one link in the twisted chain of the then weather service. Imperfect knowledge contributed as even today we still are challenged by the weather.What hope did he have?

Name:
mark mcconnell
E-mail:
mack37@hotmail.com
City:
barnegat
State:
nj
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Tue Jun 12 10:59:24 EDT 2007

Comments:


Linked to you via msn news..very informative. p.s. i was standing on ocean ave in belmar nj during the 1991 close call & have it all on video my most vivid memory was watching a huge chunk of ocean ave. just sink in front of me. i would say that 1 out of 100,000 people actually percieve the seriousness of the threat of a hurricane. Hey surfs up!

Name:
Maureen
E-mail:
mmarshcpa@yahoo,com
City:
Flushing
State:
NY
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Thu Jun 14 12:04:48 EDT 2007

Comments:


I was in Cancun for the hurrricane - it is an experience that I will never forget. The power of the wind is amazing.

Name:
Faith
E-mail:
quelinda28@yahoo.com
City:
Belize
State:
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Tue Jul 3 18:43:08 EDT 2007

Comments:


i think that it is very good because it helps people a lot to research or ask question if they cant find what they want to search for.

Name:
Michelle
E-mail:
mj2@dadeschools.net
City:
Miami
State:
FL
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Wed Aug 22 10:31:49 EDT 2007

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Could please tell me where I can find information about the year and hurricane that we lost in the U.S. it only Atlantic Basin Recon plane? the answer that I was given was Hurricane Janet in 1955, but I would like to see the website that I can find this information.

Name:
E-mail:
jdanbury@esedona.net
City:
State:
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Fri Aug 24 8:28:28 EDT 2007

Comments:


great site. Thanks. What about about hurricane Iniki?

Name:
stour
E-mail:
stour_2005@yahoo.com
City:
Houston,Tx
State:
USA
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Tue Jul 8 2:23:37 EDT 2008

Comments:


I Have some of qustion i want you to answer to me the first answer 1. why are the hurricanes important in Houston? 2. What makes hurricanes dangerous to people? 3. What do people recommend you to do to survive a hurricane? 4. where do hurricanes start? 5. what are some of the names from this year? 6. what are some well-known hurricanes?

Name:
Belinda Brown
E-mail:
belinda5000@ix.netcom.com
City:
Atlanta
State:
Georgia
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Thu Jul 17 9:18:15 EDT 2008

Comments:


Has there ever been a hurricane Belinda

Name:
claire lightkep
E-mail:
claire.lightkep@yahoo.com
City:
doylestown
State:
pa
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Sun Jul 27 15:59:15 EDT 2008

Comments:


I was honeymooning in Cancun during Gilbert. We were evacuated to to a movie theater and spent 2 days away from our hotel...we came back to find the water lines to the ceiling of our lobby, almost no windows and walls falling down. We were on the first commercial flight out of Cancun. Mother Nature is really amazing! Nice Site!

Name:
James Collum
E-mail:
rheanc@suddenlink.net
City:
Huntsville
State:
Texas
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Tue Aug 5 11:29:43 EDT 2008

Comments:


I am very disappointed and insulted that we use names that do not appear in the United States dictionaries, have we become one world already. Our culture is being assaulted from and by every organization that is trying to de-Americanize our country and it seems that the very institutions that are funded by the taxpayers of the USA are cannibalizing us for the benefit of the One World advocates.

Name:
Nate
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Date and Time:
Mon Aug 25 20:37:05 EDT 2008

Comments:


Nice info im doing a project at school thx alot !

Name:
afreika
E-mail:
abby@yahoo.com
City:
montego bay jamaica
State:
000
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Thu Aug 28 10:32:49 EDT 2008

Comments:


Hi i am a jamaican and a living testomy of gilbert, i was nine years old at the time but still remember the events as if they occurs just yesturday because i was almost killed in that hurricane however that was not to be as i was saved by a friend of my mother.

Name:
Jacine Copley
E-mail:
kansasgrls@yahoo.com
City:
Shreve
State:
Ohio
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Fri Aug 29 16:14:34 EDT 2008

Comments:


Why is my name not on the list for hurricanes?

Name:
Jacine Copley
E-mail:
kansasgrls@yahoo.com
City:
Shreve
State:
Ohio
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Fri Aug 29 16:14:49 EDT 2008

Comments:


Why is my name not on the list for hurricanes?

Name:
jacki whitworth
E-mail:
jackiwhitworth@yahoo.com
City:
powhatan point
State:
oh
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Sun Aug 31 12:31:38 EDT 2008

Comments:


i was living in biloxi, where my husband at keesler afb when elena showed up, i was due to deliver our daughter in exactly one month, i was only nineteen, from west virginia and had no idea what was about to happen would stay with me forever.we slept in what i believe was a fallout shelter could\'ve been a classroom for days, where sandbags that were barracading the doors were ripped open i slept on sandy tile floors for a few days, eating snickers bars and doritos little did i know i should\'ve been at the hospital making sure i didn\'t go into premature labor. after leaving there we were sent home where our apt was in tact, but we had no emergency food or water, the humidity alone was unbearable, the military families being just how they are in our complex all pulled together dug whatever we had from our cupboards finding charcoal, trading what we had to the people of biloxi for water, made it all seem ok somehow, we ate, talked and became bonded forever for days, more than 4 of us expecting our first child, it was an overwhelming experience for me and one that will be with me forever, the support we gave each other was indescribable, some of us are still in contact. i only regret one thing, i had already picked out my daughter\'s name but have always regretted not naming her elena. she\'ll be 23 on oct. 4th, and every labor day i tell her this same story.

Name:
Allison
E-mail:
City:
Phoenix
State:
AZ
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Mon Sep 1 0:20:22 EDT 2008

Comments:


Love the names list and the explaination. Would love to see when a hurricane is retired and then what name replaces it. Like in a timeline format. Sometimes I\'m trying to figure out what happened in a year, and why a name was inserted to replace a hurricane name, and I have to scroll back and forth. It doesn\'t always make sense.

Name:
Peggy Teague
E-mail:
pegsueteague@aol.com
City:
Dilley
State:
Texas
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Tue Sep 2 15:55:32 EDT 2008

Comments:


I would like to suggest a name for a future tropical storm.

Name:
Jim
E-mail:
Carpenter
City:
Lewes
State:
DE
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Thu Sep 4 7:40:52 EDT 2008

Comments:


How do they come up with the storm names? Who are they named after?

Name:
gordon
E-mail:
gordon49774@bellsouth.net
City:
floridacity
State:
florida
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Fri Sep 5 22:18:07 EDT 2008

Comments:




Name:
GEOFFREY MADEWO
E-mail:
geoffreymadewo@yahoo.co.uk
City:
Kampala
State:
Uganda
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Wed Sep 10 11:44:41 EDT 2008

Comments:


What is the difference between cyclone,typhoon and Hurricane?

Name:
Linda Prindle
E-mail:
lcprindle@yahoo.com
City:
Fort Worth
State:
TX
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Fri Sep 12 14:43:49 EDT 2008

Comments:


My husband and I survived Hurricane Allen in Cancun in 1980. We had no idea that a hurricane was headed for the Yucatan Pennisula. By the time we heard it was coming, the hotel called and said it was too late to evacuate us. We laid in the floor of the hotel room while the plate glass windows were rattling. We saw huge palm trees uprooted and flying in the air. I honestly thought we were going to die. We will never travel to the Carribean or Mexico in hurricane season. if they say to evacuate-get out!!! This is a great site. I had no details about this hurricane and was glad to find it.

Name:
Barbara England
E-mail:
bae39lds@yahoo.com
City:
Albany
State:
Ga.
Web Page URL:
8039
Date and Time:
Thu Sep 18 19:33:13 EDT 2008

Comments:


Is it possible that seeding the hurican will start agin. It seems worth a try.

Name:
ILLIYAS
E-mail:
ILLYMAQ@HOTMAIL.COM
City:
MISSISSAUGA
State:
ONTARIO,CANADA
Web Page URL:
Date and Time:
Thu Sep 25 18:11:53 EDT 2008

Comments:


HGOW DO I ADD MY NAME TO THE LIST OF POTENTIAL STRORM NAMES?