Author: gmachos

  • Tropical Researchers Put Aside Differences To Warn About U.S. Hurricane Problem

    Good evening everyone, I had quite a busy day today. Went to the dentist, did some shopping, and most importantly, have begun to write up some new articles for the web site. Anyway, I’ve been updating some aspects of the web site including my links page. In the course of finding new links for the…

  • Pacific Still Where The Action Is

    Good evening everyone, Well, as usual I’ve been away with other things over the past week. The lull in the Atlantic has a lot to do with it. However, I usually try to at least post some articles by this time. Thank goodness for the blog. Hopefully, this latest tropical depression that formed near the…

  • Could The Fourth Time Be The Charm?

    Well, if you are a person living along the coastline of the United States from Maine to Texas, you certainly hope not. So, far this Atlantic Hurricane Season, things have been quite tranquil even by normal standards. Early on, it seemed that things were on par for a above normal season. By the second week…

  • Activity Trying To Percolate In The Atlantic

    Good evening everyone. Well, the past couple days, I’ve been watching like everyone else the tropical disturbance trying to take shape off of the Southeast coast. The disturbance formed along an old frontal boundary that had been stationary across the Bahamas and Southern Florida. Sometimes, you can get a tropical depression or storm to emerge…

  • Active Season On Both Sides Of Pacific

    Good morning. I’ve been watching things in terms of tropical activity transpire across the globe this summer, and I believe that we are either in the midst of a Madden-Julian Oscillation, or more likely in the throngs of an El Nino episode. I say this because if you look at the tropical activity not only…

  • Strongest Typhoon In Fifty Years Strikes China

    Approximately 1.3 million peopled were evacuated out of the way of Typhoon Saomai, which had been a Super Typhoon on the order of a Category Five Hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Scale, and made landfall as the strongest typhoon in fifty years to hit the Communist nation. Saomai, which came ashore with 135 mph winds at…

  • Tropical Storm Chris Fades Away After Wednesday Collapse

    Well, it appeared to be on its way to a something more significant, but Chris dramatically fell to the wayside after threatening to become the season’s first hurricane on Wednesday afternoon, August 2nd. Looking at the satellite and radar composite from Wednesday and Thursday, the storm just simply fell apart as it encountered some shear…

  • Could The First Atlantic Hurricane Of 2006 Be On The Way?

    Good morning everyone, or almost good afternoon! As I mentioned on the Hurricaneville Message Board earlier, I continue to be very busy with my high school basketball web site. Ironically, last year, it was the other way around. I was so busy with Hurricaneville, that I didn’t even get a chance to do much work…