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Hurricane Edouard a test for new data drones
Hurricane Edouard was the perfect environment to test new data-collecting drones because the storm was strong, had a well-defined eye and never threatened land, U.S. government scientists have revealed. Four drones called Coyotes — shaped like thin …
Hurricane Edouard Right Environment for Drone TestABC News
NOAA flies 'Coyote' drones into Hurricane EdouardThe Weather Network
Hurricane Edouard Now a Major Storm With Minor Impact on USNBCNews.com
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Posted on 19 September 2014 | 4:27 pm
Los Cabos hurricane: BC mom Audrey Santiago can't reach daughter
A B.C. woman says she is stressed and scared after losing contact with her vacationing daughter, who has been stuck in a precarious situation in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico ever since Hurricane Odile hit. Audrey Santiago of Sechelt, says her daughter Holly …
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Posted on 19 September 2014 | 3:58 pm
McDonough newlyweds survive Hurricane Odile
And no one was talking about any hurricane heading in their direction. Suddenly, the Starmers, and everyone else there, were trapped. And word spread among them that a Category Four hurricane was about to hit. "When we still had wi-fi," Mandy said, …
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Posted on 19 September 2014 | 10:27 am
Americans returning home after Hurricane Odile recall the devastation
Los Angeles Register
On Sunday, Hurricane Odile struck the west coast of Baja as a Category 3 storm, slamming Cabo San Lucas and other nearby resort towns with floods, high tides and even stronger winds. Many beachside hotels crammed vacationers into large rooms.
Posted on 19 September 2014 | 4:05 am
Escaping Hurricane Was "Life or Death Amazing Race": SD Couple
NBC 7 San Diego
A San Diego couple say they've endured “the life or death Amazing Race” to escape Hurricane Odile's massive devastation in Cabo San Lucas this week. Craig and Jill Newell thought they would be traveling to paradise when they booked their honeymoon …
Posted on 19 September 2014 | 3:06 am
Hurricane Odile brings more rain to Austin than Arizona
AUSTIN (KXAN) – In a remarkable and unusual turn of events, the heaviest rainfall from the remnants of Pacific Hurricane Odile has fallen in the Austin metro area—not in Arizona, New Mexico, or west Texas where it would typically occur. At least,not yet.
Floods from former Hurricane Odile swamp TexasUSA TODAY
Arizona braces for rain, floods as remnants of Hurricane Odile hitLos Angeles Times
Remnants of Hurricane Odile Arrive, Bring Heavy Rain TodayPermianbasin360
Enid News & Eagle
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Posted on 19 September 2014 | 1:55 am
Unrest erupts in resort area after Hurricane Odile passes
There were reports of gunfire during Wednesday night, and residents in Los Cabos lit large bonfires to try to protect their neighborhoods as they faced a fourth day without power or running water following the blow from Hurricane Odile. Police …
Tourists Stranded, Others Evacuated From Cabo San Lucas Amid Hurricane …KTLA
16 firefighters returning from Mexico after being stranded by hurricaneChicago Tribune
Locals recall 'escape From Cabo' after Hurricane OdileKING5.com
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Posted on 19 September 2014 | 1:43 am
AP PHOTOS: Hurricane Odile's devastation in Mexico
U-T San Diego
A plane destroyed by Hurricane Odile sits overturned at the airport in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, Wednesday, Sept. 17, 2014. Odile blazed a trail of destruction through Mexico's Baja California Peninsula that leveled everything from ramshackle homes to …
Posted on 18 September 2014 | 10:50 pm
Tourists Evacuating Hurricane-Ravaged Cabo San Lucas
Thousands of Americans were still trying to evacuate Cabo San Lucas on Thursday, four days after Hurricane Odile slammed into the Mexican resort city. Some of those who experienced the powerful storm and its aftermath have been telling frightening …
Posted on 18 September 2014 | 10:14 pm
1821 hurricane trumps Sandy, would have cost $100B
Imagine a major hurricane far more devastating than superstorm Sandy. The hurricane strikes Cape May, N.J., speeds up the Garden State Parkway area and hammers New York City, causing 50% more damage along the East Coast than the October 2012 …
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Posted on 18 September 2014 | 5:30 pm
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Looting was reported around Los Cabos, Mexico as residents faced a fourth day without power in the aftermath of the storm
Posted on 19 September 2014 | 2:11 am
Hotels and businesses were damaged by Hurricane Odile.
Posted on 18 September 2014 | 10:31 pm
Meteorologists believe the storm was among the best to test new data-collecting drones because the storm was strong, had a well-defined eye and never threatened land, U.S. government scientists said Thursday.
Posted on 18 September 2014 | 8:58 pm
MIAMI — Hurricane Edouard was the perfect environment to test new data-collecting drones because the storm was strong, had a well-defined eye and never threatened land, U.S. government scientists said Thursday.
Posted on 18 September 2014 | 8:46 pm
MIAMI (AP) — Hurricane Edouard was the perfect environment to test new data-collecting drones because the storm was strong, had a well-defined eye and never threatened land, U.S. government scientists said Thursday.
Posted on 18 September 2014 | 8:45 pm
MEXICO CITY, Mexico – Hurricane Polo formed off Mexico's southwestern coast late Wednesday, September 17, threatening to spark floods and mudslides days after another storm wreaked havoc in popular resorts further north. Polo was cruising parallel to the coast but was expected to bring tropical storm conditions over some Pacific …
Posted on 18 September 2014 | 6:16 am
The Mexican government prepared to begin airlifting tens of thousands of stranded tourists out of the hurricane-ravaged resort area of Los Cabos on Tuesday, as residents picked up the pieces of shattered, flooded homes.
Posted on 17 September 2014 | 2:59 am
For the first time in almost two years, a major hurricane — category 3 or greater — has formed in the Atlantic Ocean.
Posted on 16 September 2014 | 6:48 pm
Cabo San Lucas (Mexico) (AFP) – Hurricane Odile destroyed homes and shut down airports in Mexico's Baja California peninsula, sparking looting, marooning thousands of foreign tourists and injuring 135 people.
Posted on 16 September 2014 | 7:53 am
Hurricane Odile was the most powerful storm to hit Cabo San Lucas on the Baja California peninsula in Mexico. A Category 3 hurricane when it made landfall, Odile had winds of 125 mph. But the hurricane is losing strength as it moves north.
Posted on 16 September 2014 | 1:33 am
Hurricanes and Cyclones News — ScienceDaily
NASA’s Cloud Physics Lidar (CPL) instrument, flying aboard an unmanned Global Hawk aircraft in this summer’s Hurricane and Severe Storm Sentinel, or HS3, mission, is studying the changing profile of the atmosphere in detail to learn more about how hurricanes form and strengthen.
Posted on 18 September 2014 | 5:03 pm
NASA’s Cloud Physics Lidar instrument, flying aboard an unmanned Global Hawk aircraft in this summer’s Hurricane and Severe Storm Sentinel, or HS3, mission, is studying the changing profile of the atmosphere in detail to learn more about how hurricanes form and strengthen.
Posted on 16 September 2014 | 10:22 pm
A new study demonstrates a different way of projecting a hurricane’s strength and intensity that could give the public a better idea of a storm’s potential for destruction.
Posted on 15 September 2014 | 3:42 pm
The post-Sandy deployment of nurses to help address patient surge in eight local hospitals and health facilities had an impact that has not been well studied since the storm. A new research study is one of only a few to evaluate the psychological toll on nurses working in such rapidly changing, uncontrolled, and potentially dangerous circumstances.
Posted on 22 August 2014 | 1:40 pm
One might assume that a tropical storm moving through volcanic smog would sweep up the tainted air and march on, unchanged. However, a recent study from atmospheric scientists revealed that, though microscopic, gasses and particles from Kilauea volcano exerted an influence on Tropical Storm Flossie — affecting the formation of thunderstorms and lightning in the sizable storm.
Posted on 29 July 2014 | 12:45 pm
While predicting the path of hurricanes has gotten better, little has been done to improve predicting a storm’s intensity. That is, until now. “The air-water interface — whether it had significant waves or significant spray — is a big factor in storm intensity,” said one expert involved in a new study. “Hurricanes gain heat energy through the interface and they lose mechanical energy at the interface.”
Posted on 25 July 2014 | 3:08 pm
The Hurricane Imaging Radiometer, known as HIRAD, will fly aboard one of two unmanned Global Hawk aircraft during NASA’s Hurricane Severe Storm Sentinel or HS3 mission from Wallops beginning August 26 through September 29. One of the NASA Global Hawks will cover the storm environment and the other will analyze inner-storm conditions. HIRAD will fly aboard the inner-storm Global Hawk and will be positioned at the bottom, rear section of the aircraft.
Posted on 22 July 2014 | 4:53 pm
Storm-triggered landslides cause loss of life, property damage, and landscape alterations. For instance, the remnants of Hurricane Camille in 1969 caused 109 deaths in central Virginia, after 600 mm of rain fell in mountainous terrain in 6 hours. More recently, on 8 August 2010, a rainstorm-induced landslide devastated the Chinese county of Zhouqu, causing more than 1000 deaths. A new modeling study examines the multiple factors, both natural and human caused, that came together to produce this event.
Posted on 21 July 2014 | 4:39 pm
New research suggests that physical conditions at the air-sea interface, where the ocean and atmosphere meet, is a key component to improve forecast models. The study offers a new method to aid in storm intensity prediction of hurricanes.
Posted on 10 July 2014 | 10:36 pm
The Global Precipitation Measurement (GPM) Core Observatory flew over Hurricane Arthur five times between July 1 and July 5, 2014. Arthur is the first tropical cyclone of the 2014 Atlantic hurricane season. GPM is a joint mission between NASA and the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. The Core Observatory was launched Feb. 27 from Japan and began its prime mission on May 29, just in time for the hurricane season.
Posted on 8 July 2014 | 5:23 pm