Hurricane Irene Predicted Path
Below is a link to the predicted path of Irene. There are links to other Irene related weather products on the page as well. Please take all necessary precautions to keep yourself safe from this storm if you may fall within its path, the map has ever-widening concentric circles to show the possible path. I think it will update itself as the storm moves.
Update 8/30/11: The weather.gov link above is no longer updating. Irene is now a tropical storm which will provide precipitation to areas in the North Atlantic. I am going to update the “Related articles” links below one last time, as some clean-up efforts continue along the East Coast. I will also leave this post up since I think that some issues regarding this storm will have historical significance.
- The Internet Responds To Hurricane Irene (buzzfeed.com)
- Instacane: hurricane Irene mayhem chronicled via Instagram (nextlevelofnews.com)
- Irene NYC, A Beautiful Short Film About Hurricane Irene in Manhattan (laughingsquid.com)
- Mashable Monday: Did you “follow” irene? (rebekahbowen.wordpress.com)
- Meet @Irene, She’s A Real Person! (now100fm.radio.com)
- Lesson from Irene: Hurricanes are unpredictable (scienceblogs.com)
- Hurricane Irene (boston.com)
- Don’t Be Mad at the Weather Man Because Irene Fizzled [Irene] (gizmodo.com)
- Blog – Why Were Irene’s Intensity Predictions So Off? (technologyreview.com)
~ by Bill Housley on August 24, 2011.
Posted in Current Events, Spaceship Earth
Tags: Concentric, Earth Sciences, East Coast of the United States, Hurricane Irene, Irene, Mayor of New York City, Meteorology, National Hurricane Center, National Weather Service, New York City, North Carolina, Online Communities, Saffir–Simpson Hurricane Scale, Social Networking, Tropical cyclone, Twitter