5 Interesting Hurricane Tracking Charts

John Konrad
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August 19, 2007

Here is a list of gCaptain’s picks for the most interesting ways to track Hurricane Dean.

1) IBISeye.com’s Hurricane Tracker. Click on past and future tracking points for more detail on the storm.

2) Unisys’s 2007 Hurricane Tracks. This chart shows the complete tracks of all 2007 Atlantic ocean hurricanes to date.

2007 Hurricane Tracking Chart

3) Predicted Routes Chart. Plotted by Southern Florida’s weather center this chart overlays the different computer predictions onto one chart. Mostly it shows how inaccurate computer based weather modeling is today.

Hurricane Dean - Predicted Routes

4) NOAA Satellite Image of Hurricane Dean. Click on the photo to see the Hi Resolution version.

Hurricane Dean Satellite Image

5) NOAA’s GEOS IR Loop showing satellite IR views of Hurricane Dean.

Geos Hurricane View

Best Tracking Websites:

  1. Google Earth Hurricane Tracking Files
  2. Weather Underground – Hurricane Dean
  3. Unisys 2007 Hurricanes
  4. National Hurricane Center – Dean
  5. U.S. Navy’s NOGAPS Forecast

All of these links can be found on gCaptain’s Weather Links Page


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