Storms, Hurricanes and Wide Composite Images

(Images from 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)


Images centred around the UK use my data.
Wide composite images use my data combined with data from sites at other locations.


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Terminology
Credits
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13 January 2020 - Storm Brendan

Enhancement: HVCT-precip
Projection: Normal






9 February 2020 - Storm Ciara

Enhancement: HVCT-precip
Projection: Normal






15 February 2020 - Storm Dennis

Enhancement: HVCT-precip
Projection: Normal






29 February 2020 - Storm Jorge

Enhancement: HVCT-precip
Projection: Normal


Terminology

Tropical Depression:Wind speed less than 39 MPH
Tropical Storm:Wind speed between 39 MPH and 73 MPH
Hurricane:Wind speed between 74 MPH and 110 MPH
Major Hurricane:Wind speed greater than 110 MPH
Post-Tropical Cyclone:Wind speeds of Hurricane or below
Storm:UK storm - criteria based on the impact and likelihood the weather may have

Credits

'Pristine' images used to make the wide composite pictures come from some or all of the following locations:

Ferndown, Dorset, UK (Neville Roberts - composer of these images)
Houston, Texas, USA (Laurent Thomin)
San Francisco, California, USA (David Kunz)

My thanks to Laurent Thomin and David Kunz for making their data available!

Detailed hurricane information is available from the NOAA National Hurricane Centre

For information on how tropical cyclones are named, click here