Monthly Archives: September 2018

Some Advected Layered Precipitable Water (ALPW) Comparisons Between Florence, Harvey (2017), Maria (2017) and Matthew (2016) with Respect to Rainfall and Severe Weather

This blog entry is by Sheldon Kusselson and in the format of a PDF document: Florence 2018 Comparisons With Harvey and Matthew and More_Sep21,2018update

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Hurricane Florence

The hurricane season in the Atlantic has been quite inactive throughout the majority of the summer, until this past week. Currently there are three active hurricanes located in the eastern, central and western Atlantic Ocean, named Hurricane Helene, Isaac, and … Continue reading

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