Sunday, September 02, 2007

Hurricane Felix















This NOAA satellite image taken Sunday, September 02, 2007 at 02:45 PM EDT
shows dangerous hurricane Felix in the Caribbean.

Felix is a dangerous categor 3 hurricane, and is on a collision course with Honduras and the Yucatan Penisula over the next few days. (AP PHOTO/WEATHER

After the photograph was taken Felix has now developed into a Catergory 5 huricane.

From NPR.org
ORANJESTAD, Aruba
September 2, 2007, 8:22 p.m. ET
ยท Hurricane Felix strengthened into a dangerous Category 5 storm Sunday and churned its way into the open waters of the Caribbean Sea after toppling trees and flooding some homes on a cluster of Dutch islands.
The National Hurricane Center in Miami said Felix was packing maximum sustained winds of 165 mph as it plowed westward toward Central America, where it was expected to skirt Honduras' coastline Tuesday before slamming into Belize on Wednesday as a hurricane capable of massive destruction.

To read the rest of the report follow this link:
Felix

I want to provide the readers links to some of the best information I can find about this hurricane:

How do hurricanes form:
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User Video: Felix blows through Caribbean


Follow Felix :Satellite Tracker

Henriette along Mexico coast: Tracker

National Forecast
Soaking rain for SE, Texas coasts


The Willis University blog usually covers major storms and disasters. The last time I checked it appears they are a little behind. So when you visit make sure you leave a comment and let him know the Worldview blog is ahead of them :)

The Link to the Willis U is:
http://willisu.blogspot.com/

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