• RE: Tracking the paths of Tropical Storm Danas (Falcon) and Tropical Depression in the South China Sea

    Please note the article was written by 15 yrs old boy from Vietnam. It's great to see someone to start that soon. Right, folks?

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    WPC Day 3 National Significant Weather Forecast

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    Barry (Atlantic Hurricane Season)

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    Barry: Probability of Tropical-Storm-force winds (34-kt)

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  • Barry made landfall as Category 1 hurricane

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    • Update The National Hurricane Center has issued its last advisory on Tropical Depression Barry, located inland near the Louisiana-Arkansas border. Future information on this system will be contained in public advisories issued by the NOAA Weather Prediction Center beginning at 10 PM CDT (15 July 2019, 12:00 a.m. UTC)
    • Update Barry weakened to Tropical Depression. At 4:00 p.m. CDT (9:00 p.m. UTC), the center of Tropical Depression Barry was located by NOAA Doppler radars and surface observations near latitude 32.8 North, longitude 93.6 West. Life-threatening flash flooding expected along its path inland from Louisiana through portions of Arkansas, Mississippi,SE Missouri, and W Tennessee through at least Monday
      photo:NHC/NOAA; desc:Key Messages for Tropical Depression Barry; link:http://nhc.noaa.gov/
    • Update The primary threat for the next few days will be widespread heavy rainfall (14 July 2019, 4:00 p.m. UTC)
    • Update TS Barry is Moving Northward Over Northwestern Louisiana (14 July 2019, 3:00 p.m. UTC)
    • Update Tropical Storm Barry remains a significant flooding threat for the Lower Mississippi Valley into the Mid-South. There is a high risk of Flash Flooding today in portions of Louisiana (14 July 2019, 1:00 p.m. UTC)
    • Update The storm made landfall near Intracoastal City, about 160 miles west of New Orleans, its winds fell to 70mph (Tropical Storm)
    • Update: Barry strenghtened to Cat 1 hurricane, makes landfall along the Louisiana coast (N29°36'0", W92°0'0", 75mph, 10hPa - 3:55 p.m. UTC. Get total winds forecast here

    Earlier coverage:

    Winds from Tropical Storm Barry reached Louisiana's coast Friday morning. Late afternoon, Barry was located about 70 miles south-southeast of Morgan City, Louisiana, and its maximum sustained winds were 65 mph.

    Barry is moving toward the west-northwest near 6 mph (9 km/h) and is expected to make landfall, possibly as a hurricane, on Saturday morning.

    On the forecast track, the center of Barry will approach the central or southeastern coast of Louisiana through tonight and then make landfall over the central Louisiana coast on Saturday.

    After landfall, Barry is expected to move generally northward through the Mississippi Valley through Sunday night.

    Maximum sustained winds are near 65 mph (100 km/h) with higher gusts.

    Strengthening is forecast before landfall, and Barry is expected to be a hurricane when the center reaches the Louisiana coast on Saturday.

    Weakening is expected after Barry moves inland.

    Tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 175 miles (280 km) from the center.

    An oil rig located southwest of the Mouth of the Mississippi River recently reported sustained winds of 74 mph and a wind gust of 85 mph at an elevation of 295 ft.

    The estimated minimum central pressure is 993 mb (29.33 inches).

    (Tropical Storm Barry Advisory Number 10 - 400 PM CDT...2100 UTC)

    Damaging wind isn’t the only threat a hurricane or a tropical storm can bring

    Barry is expected to bring heavy rains and a dangerous storm surge to Louisiana. Storm surge and flooding can be just as damaging as high winds. 10-20 inches are expected to fall in parts of Louisiana and southwest Mississippi, some areas could see up to 25 inches of rain.

    Federal emergency was declared for the state as crews prepare for storm surge.

    Flooding in Dauphin Island’s West End

    Flooding is already occurring on roads in Dauphin Island’s West End ahead of Barry's landfall.

    The road to Grand Isle

    Watches and warnings in effect

    Hurricane Warning

    • Intracoastal City to Grand Isle

    Tropical Storm Warning

    • Mouth of the Pearl River to Grand Isle
    • Lake Pontchartrain and Lake Maurepas including metropolitan New
      Orleans
    • Intracoastal City to Cameron

    Storm Surge Warning

    • Intracoastal City to Biloxi
    • Lake Pontchartrain

    Storm Surge Watch

    • Biloxi to the Mississippi/Alabama border

    Hurricane Watch

    • Mouth of the Mississippi River to Grand Isle
    • Intracoastal City to Cameron

    Tropical Storm Watch

    • East of the Mouth of the Pearl River to the Mississippi/Alabama border

    Satellite imagery

    12 July 2019

    11 July 2019

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  • Behind the scenes of the National Hurricane Center: Director Ken Graham discusses the impacts from Tropical Storm Barry

    NOAA NWS National Hurricane Center have posted interesting video featuring it's director Ken Graham. Not only Ken Graham discusses the impacts from Barry (Tropical Storm now), he also gives you a quick tour through NHC offices.

    While the most of the tools NHC's staff are digital, as you can see, sometimes just "old school" sheet of paper can do the job.

    BTW, here are the latest satellite images of Barry.

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  • Severe storms in Greece with 110km/h winds killed 6 tourists, 108 injured

    15 minutes after the storm hits

    Deadly storms hit the Halkidiki region in northern Greece on Wednesday evening. At least six people, including two children, were killed as 110km/h winds, massive lightning strikes, heavy rain and severe hailstorms struck.

    Six tourists from the Czechia, Romania and Russia were among those who died in the storms.

    Of the six dead, the two died in Nea Plagia, Halkidiki, after falling roof in a taverna . She is a 54-year-old Romanian and her 8-year-old child, with her first losing her life when the roof fell over her, while the young boy died while being transferred to the hospital, as she found it difficult to breathe.

    The other two deaths occurred near Potidea Palas from a tree fall, with a 39-year-old Russian and two-year-old son killed.

    The other two dead were found in Sozopol, Halkidiki, from a caravan overturned by air! This is a pair of elderly Czechs who were in the caravan. (via The Kefalonia Pulse)

    Halkidiki (also spelt Chalkidiki, Chalkidike, Chalcidice) had declared a state of emergency.

    15 minutes after the deadly storm hit Nea Kalikrati

    Damaging winds in Kella

    Lightning strike in Kavala

    Massive lightning strike in Thessaloniki

    After the storm

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    North Atlantic Five-Day Tropical Weather Outlook

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