Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Li'l Storm Chasers

E&B plotting the latest weather shenanigans in the gulf.

When I was a kid we did this all the time, but I guess no one does it any more. It's actually kind of hard to find out the storm coordinates now [try here]. The kids were having so much fun we looked up the charts for a few historical hurricanes, too.

Today is mine and Papi's 14th wedding anniversary. This is what happens when nerds mate.

1 comment:

  1. For general hurricane tracking and prediction (including tracking coordinates), Weather Underground is the best site that I've found. Here are the coordinates for Hurricane Alex.

    You can also get the latest coordinates from the National Hurricane Center website, but a nice chart showing all of the coordinates over time is a bit harder to assemble there.