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September 30, 2004

Updated Look; Chance Of Mount St. Helens Eruption Grows; Another Quake Hits Calif.; Man Rides Out Hurricane Jeanne In Car, Rescued; Philly Area Flooding; NJ Hit Again; Weather’s Weird; Close Asteroid; Honeymooners Weather Ivan

Blog Has Updated Look: You may have noticed a few minor changes throughout this blog. I hope you find them to be improvements…

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited Wednesday: 1. Orlando 2. West Palm Beach 3. Miami 4. Toronto 5. Boston … See the top 20 so far this month in the left column of our home page.

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September 29, 2004

Fall Upon Us; WeatherBug® Gets Traffic; Jeanne: 8th Fla. Death; D.C. Flooding; Damages Near $22B; NJ Hit; Food Hijacked In Haiti; Home’s 3rd Hit; Crazy TV Weather; Quake Rocks Web; TWC Junkie; Free Speech Cam

Fall Is Here, although some in the Midwest have just started enjoying their summer… Seeing Tom Waits‘ great performance of a song from his new album on the Late Show With David Letterman last night was my first official sign that it is that time of year again. Waits reminds me of autumn for some odd reason, and not just because of his song “November.”

Indeed, we have entered into the time of the year when the following are more likely to occur: Wind whistling through trees and leaves falling; Store space overtaken by Halloween displays; Gray skies and chilly nights; a new U2 recording; big, bright harvest moons; the World Series…

WeatherBug® Gets Traffic: WeatherBug 6.0 Provides Updates

From the folks at WeatherBug®: Streaming up-to-the-minute commuting updates are now available in WeatherBug 6.0 to 34 regions via 19 metropolitan areas. WeatherBug® made the announcement Monday. The cities are: Baltimore, Boston, Chicago, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Detroit, Houston/Galveston, Los Angeles, New York, Phoenix, Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, Providence, Orlando, Sacramento, San Diego, San Francisco, St. Louis, Tampa/St. Petersburg, and Washington D.C. More cities are being added over the course of the year.

Some news updates:

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited Tuesday: 1. Washington, D.C. 2. New York City 3. West Palm Beach 4. Orlando 5. Philadelphia … See the top 20 so far this month in the left column of our home page.

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September 28, 2004

6.0 Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Central California; Colorful Texas Sunrise; Jeanne Kills 2 In S.C.; Ga. Drenched; Oil At $50.35; ‘Major Disaster’ Aid; Residents Fear, Want Normalcy; Quake-Per-Minute; Harvest Moon

6.0 Quake: Earthquake With Preliminary Magnitude Of 6.0 Hits Central California | Latest Stories
Tools: Seismic Monitor Map | List | Central California Webcams | Additional earthquake resources in our National/Int’l page (In right column)

Fort Worth, Texas Webcam, Sept. 27, 2004. Image links to large version in new windowColorful Texas Sunrise:

Image (left): WXnation.com’s Fort Worth Webcam captures colorful Texas sunrise, Sept. 27, 2004.

It amazes me sometimes that a $60 Logitech webcam can produce a picture like this one, taken Monday morning from the WXnation headquarters in far north Fort Worth, Texas. The image links to a large version, and the live auto-updating image is here

Some Jeanne, Oil, Quake and Astronomy News:

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September 27, 2004

WXnews … Jeanne Kills 6 In U.S.; Death Toll In Haiti Tops 1,650; Remnant May Return; Spaceport Damage; Court Impact; St. Helens Explosion?; Grounded Granny; Cantore Story; Solar Eclipse Shadow; Foliage Cams

Here’s the latest on Jeanne, now a tropical depression, followed by a mixed-bag of news:

Hurricane Frances and Jeanne took a frighteningly similar path, as our home page radar shows at 3 a.m. EDT on Sept. 5 and Sept. 26. Image links to full-sized live radarImage (right): Hurricane Frances and Jeanne took a frighteningly similar path, as our home page radar shows at 3 a.m. EDT on Sept. 5 and Sept. 26. Radar image provided by/Copyright CustomWeather.com [Interactive hurricane tracker in new window | Latest U.S. Weather Watches & Warnings]

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited Monday: 1. Atlanta 2. Columbia 3. Orlando 4. Charlotte 5. Jacksonville … See the top 20 so far this month in the left column of our home page.

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September 26, 2004

Hurricane Jeanne Makes Landfall Near Stuart With 120 Mph Winds, 6 Florida Deaths Reported; Florida’s 4th Hurricane Leaves Damage, 2 Million In Dark; Damage Estimate At $4-$8 Billion; Death Toll At 1,500 In Haiti, 900 Missing

National Weather Service Radar, 12:39 a.m. EDT Sunday. Image links to current radar imageImage (right): National Weather Service radar, 12:39 a.m. EDT Sunday. Current image

Quick Summary: Hurricane Jeanne made landfall at 11:50 p.m. EDT Saturday at the southern end of Hutchinson Island — 5 miles southeast of Stuart, and within walking distance of Sewalls Point, where Hurricane Frances made landfall exactly three weeks ago. Jeanne made landfall as a Category 3 storm with 120 mph maximum sustained winds. Reports from Florida include six deaths, flooding, roof and mobile home damage, downed trees and power lines, and more than 1.1 million homes and businesses without power. Jeanne is now nearing southern Georgia as a tropical storm and is expected to move east of Atlanta before heading up to North Carolina by Tuesday. Current watches/warnings here

Hurricane Jeanne Stories:

Hurricane Jeanne Streaming Media:

Hurricane Jeanne Images:

NOAA hurricane hunter aircraft flying inside the eye of Hurricane Jeanne on Sept. 22, 2004. Courtesy NOAA. Image links to more photos and information on Jeanne's eyewallImage (left): NOAA hurricane hunter aircraft flying inside the eye of Hurricane Jeanne on Sept. 22, 2004. Courtesy NOAA. More images and information on Jeanne’s eyewall

Satellite Images: Satellite Imagery Of Jeanne | Intellicast Satellite Loop | Still Image
Radar Images: National Weather Service Miami Radar Loop | Central Florida Radar Loop | Tampa Area Loop | Florida’s Panhandle/Georgia Loop | Wunderground Regional Radar | Many additional satellite and radar images by city
Photos: Jeanne’s Eyewall: Images/Info From NOAA | WTVJ-TV 6, Miami: Image Slideshows of Jeanne, Ivan, Frances, Charley (All in right column box) | Jeanne Slams Into Coast (Opens in new window) | Central Florida Images (Opens in new window) | Chopper 6 Images (Opens in new window) | Relief Efforts Under Way In Haiti (Opens in new window) | Flooding Kills Hundreds In Haiti (Opens in new window) | MSNBC: Jeanne’s Death Toll Climbs (Slideshow inside main image)
Live Webcam Images: West Palm Beach | Orlando | Jacksonville | Miami | Tampa | Florida’s Panhandle | Savannah/SE Georgia | Atlanta/Central Georgia | All U.S. Cities By State
Interactive: Hurricane Tracker (Opens in new window)

Courtesy NOAA. Jeanne's 5-day projected track as of 11 p.m. EDT Sunday. Image links to big version of latest trackImage (left): Courtesy NOAA. Jeanne’s 5-day projected track as of 11 p.m. EDT Sunday. Image links to big version of latest track

Image (lower right) Courtesy NOAA. Infrared satellite image of Hurricane Jeanne at 11:15 p.m. EDT Saturday. Additional satellite imagery of Jeanne

Courtesy NOAA. Infrared satellite image of Hurricane Jeanne at 11:15 p.m. EDT Saturday. Image links to latest large-sized imageTropical Storm Jeanne Stats: As of the Tropical Prediction Center‘s 11 p.m. EDT Sunday public advisory:

  • Maximum Sustained Winds: near 50 mph (down from 55 mph in 8 p.m. update)
  • Movement: N near 14 mph (was NNW near 13 mph in last update)
  • Location: Latitude 29.9 N Longitude 82.8 W, 35 miles WNW of Gainsville, Florida
  • Minimum Central Pressure: 978 mb, 28.88 inches (unchanged from last update)
  • Tropical Storm Force Winds Extend: 175 miles from center (unchanged from last update)
  • Intensity Prediction: Continued weakening to tropical depression by Monday afternoon
  • Rainfall Totals In Path: 4 to 8 inches, with isolated higher amounts
  • Notes: The latest 5-day projected track suggests Jeanne will move up central Georgia and toward the Carolinas as a tropical depression by Tuesday.

Watches & Warnings: National Weather Service U.S. Map | South Florida | East-Central Florida | NE Florida/SE Georgia | West-Central Florida | Florida Panhandle | Northern/Central Georgia

From the Tropical Prediction Center‘s 11 p.m. EDT Sunday public advisory:

THE TROPICAL STORM WARNING ON THE FLORIDA GULF COAST WEST OF APALACHICOLA AND SOUTH OF ANCLOTE KEY HAS BEEN DISCONTINUED. — A TROPICAL STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT ON THE ATLANTIC COAST FROM NORTH OF COCOA BEACH NORTHWARD TO THE SAVANNAH RIVER…AND ON THE GULF COAST FROM ANCLOTE KEY NORTHWARD TO APALACHICOLA.

Jeanne-Related Closings: See our pages for the following areas: West Palm Beach, Orlando, Jacksonville, Miami and Tampa

Florida Shelters List: All Florida Shelters from EOConline.org

Help Hurricane Victims: American Red Cross: 1-800-HELP-NOW | Catholic Charities | Salvation Army | FEMA | FloridaDisaster.org Jamaica Victims Help: Jamaica Impact, Inc. (JAMPACT)

Hurricane Jeanne Blog Coverage:

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited Sunday: 1. Orlando 2. West Palm Beach 3. Tampa 4. Jacksonville 5. Miami

… and Top 5 for Saturday (no surprises here): 1. West Palm Beach 2. Miami 3. Orlando 4. Jacksonville 5. Tampa … See the top 20 so far this month in the left column of our home page.

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September 25, 2004

WXnews … Mt. St. Helens Quakes; Winds Get Best Of Ivan; That Year When 4 Hurricanes Hit Texas; Haiti Woes Continue; Great White Shark … You’ve Been Tagged!; Ice Less Stable Under Antarctica?; Space Station Shortage Coming

Quick weather news round-up:

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September 24, 2004

Ivan Makes Landfall Near Port Arthur, Texas

The remnants of Hurricane Ivan, which made a giant loop and formed Tropical Storm Ivan in the Gulf of Mexico with 45 mph winds, came ashore near Port Arthur, Texas Thursday night. In the Tropical Prediction Center‘s 10 p.m. CDT Thursday advisory, Ivan was downgraded to a tropical depression with 35 mph winds. Rainfall accumulations of 5 to 10 inches — with isolated higher amounts — are possible in Ivan’s path. See the projected track, which takes it around Houston and down to Corpus Christi by Sunday. Newsday Story | KPRC-TV 2, Houston Story

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited Friday: 1. West Palm Beach 2. Houston 3. Orlando 4. Miami 5. Dallas-Fort Worth … See the top 20 so far this month in the left column of our home page.

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September 23, 2004

WXnews … Genesis Capsule Crash Probe; Waiting On The Line; Alabama’s Poor Facing Tough Times After Storms; Twin Forecasts; Summer Served Up In Fall; Check Your LASIK Forecast?; Starry Sky View At La Silla Astronomical Observatory

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited Thursday: 1. Houston 2. West Palm Beach 3. New Orleans 4. Orlando 5. Mobile … See the top 20 so far this month in the left column of our home page.

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September 22, 2004

Old Light Bulb & Weather Channel Memories

Living On The Bright Side Of Town: As a resident of north Fort Worth, I can happily say that I am just minutes away from the second-oldest burning light bulb, which was first flicked on back on Sept. 21, 1908. Details on the bulb and its’ 96th birthday party here. Now, if I can just get my backyard porch light to stay burning for longer than three weeks, I’ll be set!

What Was That Song On The Weather Channel?: Earlier this summer, I added an entry here about tracking down Ryan Farish’s “Beautiful” CD after hearing “Full Sail” played during TWC’s “Local On The 8’s” segment. [Farish’s music clips and a streaming Internet broadcast here] Yesterday, visitor Greg Davidson commented that he was searching for songs played on the local forecast back in the late ’80s and early ’90s. He included a link to TWCclassics.com, which has an extensive audio library, video clips of old local forecasts and much more. Ah, the old computerized white-on-purple scrolling text and primitive graphics… Thanks for the link, Greg!

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited Wednesday: 1. Panama City 2. Mobile 3. New Orleans 4. Miami 5. Denver … See the top 20 so far this month in the left column of our home page.

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September 21, 2004

WXnews … Ivan Damage Aerials; Autumn Is Here, Northern Lights Too; Goodbye Summer: Denver’s High Monday In 80s, Tuesday In 40s; Weather.com’s Ivan Numbers; Weather Channel Meteorologist Reveals Personal Storms

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited Tuesday: 1. Panama City 2. Mobile 3. New Orleans 4. Orlando 5. West Palm Beach … See the top 20 so far this month in the left column of our home page.

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Hurricane Jeanne’s Death Toll Tops 700; Storm To Turn Toward U.S.; Lisa May Miss Land; Weightless Flight; Big Skeeters; Hurricane Cycle Spiraling Up?; Windy Weather Provoking Weirdness; After Ivan, Kids Raise $1,400

Jeanne: It was Hurricane Jeanne on Thursday and, after dropping to a tropical depression, it is again a hurricane with maximum sustained winds of near 90 mph as of the 11 p.m. EDT Tuesday update. Jeanne, which has killed more than 700 in Haiti, is expected to meander between the Bahamas and Bermuda, before making a move toward the northeast and the U.S. later this week. The latest track suggests possible landfall in the Carolinas by early next week:

Other Weather News:

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited Monday: 1. Panama City 2. Mobile 3. Orlando 4. Miami 5. New Orleans … See the top 20 so far this month in the left column of our home page.

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September 20, 2004

WXnews … Ivan’s U.S. Death Toll Now At 52; Ivan In Virginia; Ivan Grounds VP; Wave Of Hurricanes Bad For Businesses; Storm Chasing Isn’t Just For U.S.; North Magnetic Pole

Some weather and science news updates:

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited Sunday: 1. Panama City 2. Mobile 3. Pittsburgh 4. Phoenix 5. New Orleans … See the top 20 so far this month in the left column of our home page.

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September 19, 2004

Hurricane Isabel, One Year Later & That Fake Photo

Remember this photo of Hurricane Isabel? Image links to large, slightly altered version and storyHurricane Isabel, One Year Later: Story From NASA

From the archives: My Sept. 19, 2003 entry into this blog on Isabel, which hit North Carolina with 100 mph winds. A few days later, KXAS-TV Meteorologist Rebecca Miller debunked the fake photo to the right, which claimed to be of Hurricane Isabel. To her amusement, I added a little something to it.

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited Saturday (an interesting mix, too…): 1. Pittsburgh 2. Panama City 3. Mobile 4. New York City 5. Phoenix … See the top 20 so far this month in the left column of our home page.

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September 18, 2004

Ivan Deadliest U.S. Hurricane Since Floyd, Gets Blame For At Least 45 U.S. Deaths After Landfall In Alabama; Mid-Atlantic States See Flooding, Record-Breaking Rainfall; Group: Insured Losses Could Hit $7 Billion

Courtesy NASA. Ivan's Eye, taken Sept. 11 from an altitude of about 230 miles by Astronaut Mike Fincke on the International Space Station. Image links to big-sized version

Image (left): Courtesy NASA. Ivan’s Eye, taken Sept. 11 from an altitude of about 230 miles by Astronaut Mike Fincke on the International Space Station. Click on image for big version … great for your desktop’s background. More images/larger version.

Ivan Deadliest Hurricane In U.S. Since 1999’s Floyd; Death Toll In U.S., Caribbean At 115: Ivan is blamed for at least 45 deaths in the U.S. and 70 deaths in the Caribbean [making it the deadliest U.S. hurricane since Floyd in 1999]. Flooding has become a major problem across the Southeast, the Appalachians, the Mid-Atlantic states and the Northeast. Current Regional Watches/Warnings Map | U.S. Watches/Warnings Map | Latest flood-related stories … Ivan, with maximum sustained winds near 130 mph, came ashore at about 2 a.m. CDT Thursday as a strong Category 3 hurricane in the Gulf Shores, Ala., area in Baldwin County, southeast of Mobile. By Thursday night, more than 3 million residents were without power and there were reports of “devastation” in Pensacola, hundreds of homes damaged, flooding and downed trees.

New Ivan Stories:

Radar, Satellite Images & Photos:Courtesy NOAA. Hurricane Ivan Infrared Satellite Just After Landfall, 3:45 a.m. CDT Thursday. Image links to current NOAA satellite images

Image (right): Hurricane Ivan Infrared Satellite Just After Landfall, 3:45 a.m. CDT Thursday. Courtesy NOAA. Ivan from space (Opens new window) | NOAA Imagery | Satellite imagery

Current Radar Images: MyForecast.com Pennsylvania Radar Loop | Wunderground Radar Loop | Wunderground Regional Radar | National Weather Service Long Ranger Radar Loop … More radar images in our Mobile, Birmingham, Atlanta, Knoxville and Philadelphia pages [All city pages here]. Satellite Images: Intellicast Satellite Loop | NOAA Current Ivan Imagery | More Satellite Imagery Photos: Above The Eye Of Hurricane Ivan (Highly recommended!) | Ivan’s Destruction Slideshow (In story’s top image, video also in page) | Ivan Makes Landfall (New window) | Ivan Hits U.S. (New window) | Ivan From Space Image Slideshow (New window) | Damage From Ivan (New window) | Damage Pictures | Grenada Damage | Cuban Coast Pounded | Keys Evacuation (These open in a new window) Hurricane Frances Slideshow: SunCam.TV: Jensen Beach, Florida Damage | Frances Damage Images

Ivan appears on WXnation.com home page radar at 10 p.m. CDT Wednesday and 4 a.m. CDT Thursday -- time of landfall. Image links to full-sized live radarImage (left): Ivan’s eye on our home page radar, taken at 10 p.m. CDT Wednesday and 4 a.m. CDT Thursday — time of landfall. Radar provided by/Copyright CustomWeather.com

Webcams: NOTE: Some will be inaccessible due to high traffic and power outages: Mobile, AL Webcams & Radars | Panama City/Florida’s Panhandle | New Orleans | Jackson, Miss. | Birmingham | Atlanta | Knoxville | Pittsburgh | Central Pa. | Philadelphia | Albany, NY | Boston | All Other Cities By State

Live Streaming Video: The following Web sites were streaming coverage through Thursday and are no longer streaming. I will leave them here for future reference, and to recognize them for providing a great service: WPMI-TV 15, Mobile | WVTM-TV 13, Birmingham | WWL-TV 4, New Orleans | WDSU-TV 6, New Orleans | WSB-TV 2, Atlanta Recently-Aired Video: Aerials Reveal Ivan’s Wrath (Opens new window) | Feedroom (Opens new window) | MSNBC

Live Streaming Audio: WPMI-AM 710, Mobile (In left column) | WTIX-AM 690, New Orleans | WSB-AM 750, Atlanta (Link in left column) | WGST-AM 640, Atlanta All Streaming U.S. Radio Stations By City: Radio-Locator.com (News/talk format best bet for coverage) NOAA Weather Radio Stream For New Orleans From Jamaica: Power 106 FM

Blog Entry On Live Streaming: World Is Watching

Largest Atlantic Hurricanes By Lowest Central PressureFinal Data For Ivan: Last public advisory | Advisory Archive | From the 10 p.m. CDT Thursday Tropical Prediction Center update: Ivan was downgraded from a tropical storm to a tropical depression with maximum sustained winds dropping from near 60 mph to near 35 mph. Early Sunday, Ivan’s maximum sustained winds peaked at 165 mph, making it a strong Category 5 hurricane. When Ivan made landfall, hurricane force winds extended outward up to 105 miles, and tropical storm winds extended outward up to 290 miles. Minimum central pressure was up from 980 millibars to 986 mb. Ivan was at 910 mb early Sunday, making it the sixth lowest central pressure on record for a hurricane in the Atlantic basin [Top six listed to the right]. Ivan was moving NNE near 14 mph (interactive hurricane tracker here). At 10 p.m. CDT Thursday, the center of storm was 25 miles NNW of Gadsden, Ala. Rainfall accumulations of 8 to 12 inches, with locally higher amounts, were possible in the path of Ivan through Saturday. Examples of Ivan’s power: Wednesday night, buoys 75 miles off Alabama’s shore indicated seas as high as 50 feet, and later that night, the Dauphin Island, Ala., weather station reported a wind gust to 102 mph; wind gusts up to 200 mph were reported in Grand Cayman; and in the 8 p.m. Monday Public Advisory, a station in Pinar Del Rio reported sustained winds of 124 mph and gusts to 162 mph.

Advisories: Last public advisory for Ivan … National Weather Service Watches & Warnings Maps: Entire U.S. | Eastern U.S. | Panama City/Tallahassee | Mobile, Ala./Pensacola, Fla. | Birmingham/Central Ala. | New Orleans/Baton Rouge | SE Texas/SW La. | Jackson/Central Miss. | Eastern Tenn. | Central Tenn.

Predictions: Last projection image. Ivan may stall along the state borders of Tennessee, the Carolinas and Georgia through Sunday, resulting in flooding in the Mid-Atlantic states. See how Ivan’s track has progressed in the track archive loop

Help: U.S. Hurricane Victims Help: American Red Cross: 1-800-HELP-NOW | Catholic Charities | Salvation Army | FEMA | FloridaDisaster.org Jamaica Victims Help: Jamaica Impact, Inc. (JAMPACT) Taking Donations | Jamaica Impact, Inc. Home/Emergency Info

School/Business Closings: See our pages for the following areas: Mobile, Panama City, New Orleans, Jackson, Birmingham, Atlanta and Other U.S. Cities

Blogging Ivan: The following blogs are also providing Ivan updates: WeatherBlog | CapitalWeather.com | WeatherUSA.net | Moreweather.com Atlantic Tropical Weather Page | WeatherBug Blog

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited Friday: 1. Mobile 2. Panama City 3. Pittsburgh 4. New Orleans 5. Knoxville … See the top 20 so far this month in the left column of our home page.

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September 17, 2004

WXnews … Weather Channel Record; Weather Web Sites Enjoying New Records Too; Good Amid The Bad; Ivan Releases Gators; Minor Earthquake Shakes Kentucky; Was That A UFO?

Top 5 WXnation.com city weather and webcam pages visited Thursday: 1. Mobile 2. Panama City 3. New Orleans 4. Atlanta 5. Birmingham … See the top 20 so far this month in the left column of our home page.

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